Boletus


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Boletus

 

any of a number of tubular basidial mushrooms of the genus Boletus (Suillus). The best known are B. granulatus, which lacks a ring on the stem, and B. luteus and B. grevillei, which have rings. They are widespread in coniferous forests, growing in both summer and fall. Boletuses are usually stewed or fried, and frequently preserved (pickled).

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The overall impression of the first volume of Halek's Musical Atlas of Mushrooms is enhanced by high-quality accompanying photographs of the boletus varieties that have been "set to music" and their descriptions.
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Jurik started talking about velvety red pine mushrooms right away that morning, and then the many edible, yellow menottes, and the pine boletus variety, and finally about the problems of preparing mushrooms that are sticky, the ones that newcomers usually avoid, because they look suspicious, but which he, Jurik, was able to prepare in such an excellent manner that they tasted even better than the orange birch bolete.
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1957), who employed extracts of fruiting bodies of Boletus edulis Bull, and other Homobasidiomycetes in tests against the Sarcoma 180 line in mice.