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Leccinum albellum

Leccinum albellum

Common Name: None

Synonyms: Boletus albellus, Leccinum albellum f. reticulatum, Leccinum albellum f. epiphaeum

Substrate: Ground

Location: Hardwoods

Spore Color: Olive-brown

Pore Color: White to brownish


This mushroom is primarily found in oak woods. Look for the light colored cap and stem. No staining or bruising. White scabers on the stem that darken to grayish or browish with age.


Leccinum scabrum and L. pseudoscabrum are similar but feature more brown tones. Leccinum halopus is mycorrhizal with birch and has a more northern distribution. Leccinum snellii also occurs with birch and has nearly black tones to the cap and stalk.


Leccinum albellum

Leccinum albellum

9/19/12 - Griffey Woods - Bloomington, IN