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Synonyms: Boletus amarellus, Boletus hypochryseus, Boletus piperatus, Ceriomyces piperatus, Chalciporus amarellus, Chalciporus hypochryseus, Ixocomus piperatus, Leccinum piperatum, Suillus amarellus, Suillus piperatus, Versipellis amarella, Viscipellis piperata.
Common name: peppery bolete.
Russian names: Perechnyy grib, Maslionok perechnyy, Mokhovik perechnyy.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Chalciporus piperatus, commonly known as the peppery bolete, is a small pored mushroom of the family Boletaceae found in mixed woodland in Europe and North America. It has been recorded under introduced trees in Brazil, and has become naturalised in Tasmania and spread under native Nothofagus cunninghamii trees. A small bolete, the fruit body has a 1.6–9 cm (0.6–3.5 in) orange-fawn cap with cinnamon to brown pores underneath, and a 4–9.5 cm (1.6–3.7 in) high by 0.6–1.2 cm (0.2–0.5 in) thick stipe. The rare variety hypochryseus, found only in Europe, has yellow pores and tubes.
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