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have you got more pictures of the cap, does not look red enough for Boletus rubellus so might be b.badius (unless other photos show cap as more red).
also did you prod tubes and can you show their colour change
Must admit it doesn't. Look very red lol I do have more photos but can't upload till Monday.
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It should be called Xerocomellus rubellus these days (split off from Boletus quite some time ago, as Xerocomus rubellus, but now Xerocomus has been split ...).
There are other red-capped Xerocomellus species, but they are rarer or not (yet) British. The colour here is well within the colour range of X. rubellus and the stipe characters look right.
Not Boletus badius I am sure.
the second image does seem to have a cap with more reddish colour.
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