bolete \bolete\ n. any fungus of the family {Boletaceae}. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • bolete — [bō lēt′] n. 〚see BOLETUS〛 any of a family (Boletaceae) of pore fungus, agaric mushrooms, often edible * * * …   Universalium

  • bolete — |ê| s. m. Haste de ferro que, fixa na extremidade superior do rodízio da azenha, atravessa o pé da mó …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • bolete — [bō lēt′] n. [see BOLETUS] any of a family (Boletaceae) of pore fungus, agaric mushrooms, often edible …   English World dictionary

  • Bolete — A bolete is a type of fungal fruiting body characterized by the presence of a pileus that is clearly differentiated from the stipe, with a spongy surface of pores (rather than gills) on the underside of the pileus. Bolete is also the English… …   Wikipedia

  • bolete — noun any fungus of the family Boletaceae • Hypernyms: ↑fungus • Hyponyms: ↑Boletus chrysenteron, ↑Boletus edulis, ↑Frost s bolete, ↑Boletus frostii, ↑Boletus luridus, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • bolete — noun Etymology: New Latin Boletus Date: 1914 any of a family (Boletaceae) of fleshy stalked pore fungi that usually grow on the ground in wooded areas; especially boletus …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bolete — noun A type of fruiting body produced by certain fungus species in the order Boletales; includes several species of mushrooms that are considered delicious …   Wiktionary

  • bolete — bo·lete …   English syllables

  • List of bolete species — The following is a list of some species of the mushroom genus Boletus .* * Ontto Beltza, Porcino nero, Queen bolete, Bronzy bolete * * ) * * Spindle stemmed bolete * * * Bay bolete * White king bolete * * two colored bolete (North America) * *… …   Wikipedia

  • Frost's bolete — noun a fungus with a red cap and a red coarsely reticulate stalk • Syn: ↑Boletus frostii • Hypernyms: ↑bolete • Member Holonyms: ↑Boletus, ↑genus Boletus …   Useful english dictionary

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