Cap: 6-15 cm across, hemispherical when young, later plane and pulvinate, brown olive to orange red, bluing when touched, margin membranous.
Hymenophore: first yellow, later orange red, long yellow thin tubes, pileal surface beneath the tubes is yellow, bluing when bruised.
Spore print: olivebrown
Spore: cylindric to elliptic, 9,8-13,1 x 5,6-7,3 μm, Q 1,51-2,32
Stem: 6-15 x 1-3,5 cm, ventricose when young, later cylindric with thickend base, rooting, dull surface, yellow in the upper side, purple red and punctate with fine flocci in base, solid fibrous.
Flesh: yellowish, reddish on the stipe bottom, bluing when cut, soft, undistinguished taste and odor.
Habitat: in open hardwood forrests or along their edges by oak and hornbeam, grows from summer to fall.
Edibility: conditionally edible only cooked cup.
Remarks: could be mixed with Boletus luridus, which stem is not covered with net and scabers.