Velvety cap, subtle and cracked when at maturity; dimpled, wrinkled at a young age; brown to yellowish brown.
Pores and Pore Surface
Pore surface white when young, soon yellow-ochreceous, immutable; pores circular to angular, 1-3 per mm, tubes 0,5-2,3 cm deep.
Stipe with a fine white or brown reticulatum towards the apex, on a whitish to pale brownish ground; fine reticulations towards the top of the stipe and more pronounced towards the bottom.
The Atkingson's Bolete and the Boletus variipes differ from others by their velvety, subtomentose and cracked cap at maturity.
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