Goldstalk - Retiboletus ornatipes
Cap was pale yellow-tannish, rough, and slightly lumpy. Flesh was pale yellow. Pores were bright yellow and round. They got mushy when touched, but didn't really bruise. Yellow, reticulate stipe that tapered at the base. Basal mycelium was pale yellowish.
Habitat: Growing alone, on the ground, under oak.
''Retiboletus ornatipes'', commonly known as the ornate-stalked bolete or goldstalk, is a species of bolete fungus in the family Boletaceae. Originally named ''Boletus ornatipes'' by American mycologist Charles Horton Peck in 1878, it was transferred to ''Retiboletus'' in 2002.