This large bolete with bay-brown cap and lemon-yellow pores bruises distinctively bluish green.
is bay-brown, sometimes with brick-red or ochre tinges; convex or bun-shaped, it is at first downy, becoming smooth and polished, somewhat sticky when damp. Flesh is white or lemon-yellow. Where cut, it becomes faintly blue. Stem
is a pallid cap color with fine cottony fibrils; it is fairly stout, more or less equal. Ring is absent.
Boletus edulis has a barrel-shaped stem with white net patterning.
Synonyms of Boletus badius include Imleria badia, Ixocomus badius and Xerocomus badius.
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