This medium to large bolete is commonly known as suede bolete or yellow-cracked bolete. It has a brown cap, chrome-yellow pores, and yellowish stem and grows with a wide range of hardwood and conifer trees.
pale olive or tan, initially convex before flattening with a velvety tan surface, often becoming cracked in age. Flesh is white or pallid yellow, with a faint brownish zone beneath the cap cuticle; it is unchanging, thick and soft. The pore surface is yellow, becoming olive yellow with maturity and bruise blue or green before fading somewhat. Stem
is a pallid cap color, sometimes with a brick-red tinge; it is slender and slightly bulbous. The mushroom has no ring. Flesh is similarly colored as the cap but browner.
Boletus chrysenteron has a reddish brown cap that cracks to reveal a red underlayer. Boletus pruinatus is smaller.
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