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Tall bolete with viscid orange to yellow cap at first. Yellow hymenophore. Lacerated alveolate-reticulate stipe.
Spores punctate, olive brown in deposit. Red, viscid cap at first, yellow hymenophore (unchanging), lacerated alveolate-reticulate stipe yellow at first and pale reddish with age.
The spore ornamentation is manifested generally as circular to semicircular pits that occasionally coalesce to form elongated holes. The apex is eroded and often described erroneously (from light microscope observations) as a ‘germ pore.’
Southern to central Appalachians, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey to Mexico