noun, plural bo·le·tus·es, bo·le·ti [boh-lee-tahy]. /boʊˈli taɪ/.
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Origin of boletus
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But the most frequent fungus is the big brown Boletus, in size varying from a small bun to a dinner-plate.
And why eat doubtful Boletus when one can have the delicious Chantarelle (Cantharellus cibarius), also now at its best?
The substance is fleshy in Boletus, but in Polyporus the greater number of species are leathery or corky, and more persistent.Fungi: Their Nature and Uses|Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
A species of boletus or fungus, which grows in dunghills; with the salts of iron it affords a black dye.
In this state the boletus is a valuable substance for stopping oozing hemorrhages, and some other surgical purposes.