| Aureoboletus betula
|The deeply furrowed, netted stem of Aureoboletus
betula is a natural marvel.
|Cap and stem color varies from yellow, orange and reddish
brown. Pore surface yellow, not bruising. Cap surface can be
sticky or dry depending on age and/or weather conditions.
|Formerly named Heimioporus betula, Aureoboletus betula has a greenish
pore surface in age from the olive colored spores this mushroom
produces. Basal mycelium at base of stem.