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Cap 8 to 13 cm. The yellow pores and the reddish marks on the stem, coupled with the intense blueing of the flesh when cut are diagnostic.
Usually found under deciduous trees, particularly Oak and Beech.
Summer and autumn.
Fairly widespread in Britain but not very common.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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