"Cracked-cap boletus (Boletus chrysenteron) is really common. It is edible, best after drying and rehydrating. I am a big fan of them, as well as the close relative Zeller's boletus (Boletus zelleri).
Here is a good page of info on…"
"Have you ever heard of red capped or maybe cracked boletus? I know they are edible , I was just wondering if anyone has experienced eating them and if they are tasty or not. I found a bunch growing on my property. They were past eating, but next…"
Hello! I was wondering...I went to the Camano State Park's beach today and I found this odd upper jaw bone of some fish. I took a picture of it...
I looked at Puget Sound fish/marine life skeletons and pictures but I couldn't identify it. I was wondering if someone at Alderleaf could find out what it is...Let me know what you think of it. Thanks!
I was wondering how exactly I buy school books through the Alderleaf Nature store, which works through paypal right? I think the survival knife is linked through the Nature store (because when you click on 'buy now' it sends you to paypal), but none of the books have the 'buy now' link and will only send me directly to amazon.com....
i have a survival website. i wanted to see if i could get people to buy the alderleaf survival knife from my site. Can you give me a unique link that can track sales just from my site? let me know if you dont understand what i mean. I dont even want a commission or anything i just wanna track to see if i can sell that knife on my survival site. HOLLA back!