Notes: This is a easy bolete to recognize once ones gets familiar with it.
The pinkish-rose, soft (think fine suede leather) cap that fades in a patchy manner to grayish-pink, yellow stipe with a rosy blush at apex (similar to the closely related B. smithii), erratic bluing of yellow flesh, rarely very much, usually just when young at the top of tubes and growth with Eastern Hemlock are distinctive.
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