Here's an article with some disturbing news about ticks and the complex array of diseases they can spread. Watch out for those nymphs...incredulis
I think you're right, although they've updated the names.B. calopus is now called Caloboletus (the Wikipedia monograph mentioned it in mixed deciduous/coniferdluberto2000
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