also in WU. One of the very few finds of this rare bolete in Austria. Is often misidentified. Only sure ID is by measuring the spore quotient. It is 2.6, whereas for X. subtomentosus it is 2.0 and for ferrugineus about 2.4. Besides, the base of the stipe is bright sulphur yellow and it grows with deciduous trees in thermophilous woods.
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