These Boletes are differently coloured to any I have reference to; only reference I have that is close is Boletellus emodensis? Ref extract: Caps to 100mm across covered with thick, felty, fibrillose scales, a red ground colour showing through as the cap expands. Pore surface at first covered by a felty membrane which separates as the cap expands. The exposed yellow pores rapidly turn dark grey-blue when bruised or broken. Common in eucalypt and mixed forest. Spores c. 22 × 10 micro-mm, ellipsoidal with longitudinalridges. Spore print yellow-brown.
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