BOLETUS BADIUS (FR.) FR., BOLETACEAE, AGARICALES. (BAY BOLETE OR ПОЛЬСКИЙ ГРИБ).
Cap: 6-12cm wide, convex or gentle convex up to flattened, smooth, sometimes bumpy for old ones; reddish-brown or brownish-red, sometimes with dull yellow margin. Flesh is white up to yellowish-white when old.
Tubes: attached, color irregular dull greenish-yellow or light yellow with tiny reddish and green pores; bruising is greenish-blue.
Stalk: 8-15cm long, 1.5-3.5cm thick and enlarged to the base, light brownish-red with dirty yellow basement and lined like fibrous along stalk length; young stalk has classic King Bolete shape.
Habitat: scattered small groups in mixed forest, mainly deciduous.
Edibility: good and tasty.
June – August.
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