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Looks an interesting Bolete. Do you ahve any more photos or other info such as colour changes when you prodded it or cut the flesh? Might be B. fragrans.
I've got a few pictures after it was sliced open and there doen't appear to be any change of colour. This was one I found some time ago so I don't remember a lot. I may have measurements and things written down somewhere as I quite often write it all down, but I don't know where this info would be at the moment. i've found a few more photos of the surface of the cap, I'm not sure if I can add them to this observation!? It was quite a large bolete I think! Also it was growing near the edge of a field near deciduous trees, mostly oak.
Other possibilities might be B. appendiculatus or B. regius. See what others think, any one of them is quite interesting and a nice find.
Super! I think I've found my information! Apparently the cap was 13cm across. Pores or flesh didn't change colour when bruised. Widest part of stipe is 4.5cm, stipe is about 6cm high. Total height is 8cm. Spore print was brown! Hopefully that may help a bit!
Flaxton, I have rather limited experience of B. impolitus but when I have seen it there has been no hint of red on it anywhere but this specimen has red on stem and cap and even the gills have hint of red. Do you know if B. impolitus can have some red on it?
See my new observation.
It does look quite like this, although I don't remember it having any kind of smell. However this was a couple of years ago or so!
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