Boletus frostii. The pores should stain blue.
This collection is from North Park. Pores are white when young changing to pale yellow. First image shows staining with KOH on the left(negative) and Ammonialostculture
Steve It is Boletus affinis or B purpureum (Aka genus Xanthoconium) I believe. Look those up and compare to what you have. They have spores that are moregeenuss
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