Fairly well recognizable in the field by its yellow brown (often with red hues) finely tomentose irregular cap with lighter margin, rarely exposing the flesh through the cracks. When cross sectioned, the flesh under the pileipellis is pink and the rest is pale yellow, sometimes with pink hues. The flesh directly above the tubes and in the apex turns blue slowly when exposed to air. The smooth stipe, the pale yellow tubes and concolourous pores also bruise blue. This species lacks orange dots in the flesh of the stipe foot. Associated with Populus sp, sharing the same habitat as Lactarius controversus, Scleroderma areolatum, Tricholoma argyraceum, Coprinus comatus and several Psathyrella sp.
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