The “Spring King” (Boletus rex-veris) can be found in conifer forests in the mountains above 3,000 feet, in areas where the snow has melted a few weeks earlier.
The “Spring King” (Boletus rex-veris) can be found in conifer forests in the mountains above 3,000 feet, in areas where the snow has melted a few weeks earlier. Fred M. Rhoades Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
The “Spring King” (Boletus rex-veris) can be found in conifer forests in the mountains above 3,000 feet, in areas where the snow has melted a few weeks earlier. Fred M. Rhoades Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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