Boletus Calopus

Boletus calopus, popularly known as the bitter beech bolete or maybe scarlet-stemmed bolete, is often a fungus of this bolete family, within Asia, Northern Europe and North america. Appearing in coniferous and also deciduous woodland with summer and autumn, the stout fruit bodies are nicely coloured, with a beige to olive cap approximately 15 cm around, yellow pores, and a reddish stipe approximately 15 cm extended and 5 cm large.