Leccinum aurantiacum has a large, characteristically red-capped body. In North America, it is sometimes referred to by the common name red-capped scaber stalk. This edible mushroom mainly growns in aspen woods.
Leccinum aurantiacum, en français le bolet orangé ou bolet roux, est reconnaissable à son chapeau orange. Ce champignon comestible pousse principalement dans les bois de trembles.
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Having it among the leaves like this gives a hint of scale. it’s quite sizeable!
That is just a lovely shot ! Did you take that bad boy home and cook him up !?
We certainly did!