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It would be useful to see a photo of the underside to see what colour the pores are. It is also a good idea to press your finger into the pores. If it is a bay bolete (Boletus badius) it will bruise blue quickly.
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Yorkshire and Humber
Sorry. I didn't get a picture of the underneath. However, I am pretty sure I agree with you! It did bruise blue.
It looks far more (from this one photo) like a Boletus edulis but that would not have bruised blue?
Occasionally B. edulis and B. badius look similar and can be confused but in vast majority of cases they do look different even without seeing the bluing.
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