A rare toxic Bolete, although it is quite poisonous, no fatalities have been recorded in the UK.
|Common Names||Devil's Bolete (UK), Satan's Bolete,, Cap Tyllog y Cythraul (CY), Krwistoborowik Szatański (PL), Sátántinóru (HU)|
|Scientific Name||Boletus / Rubroboletus satanas|
|Average Mushroom height (CM)||13|
|Average Cap width (CM)||22|
Please note that each and every mushroom you come across may vary in appearance to these photos.
Convex but often rough and undulating. Off-white with light tan, buff, sometimes with red tones and can crack when dry.
Swollen towards the base, red/orange turning chrome yellow towards the top. Usually covered in a fine red reticulation or mesh.
Bitter Beech Bolete (Caloboletus calopus), pictured, has yellow pores.
Lurid Bolete (Suillellus luridus), looks similar but tends to have a darker cap and the stem is not as bulbous.
Bilious bolete (Rubroboletus legaliae) looks very similar but has red or pink tones in the grey cap.