Xerocomus subtomentosus

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Xerocomus rubellus
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Syn.: Boletus subtomentosus
English names: Yellow-cracking Bolete, Suede Bolete
Deutsche Name: Ziegenlippe

Šī vidēji lielā, visai izplatītā beka aug pa vienai vai nelielās grupās skujukoku un jauktos mežos no jūnija līdz novembrim. Stobriņi cepurītes apakšpusē iespiedumu vietās krāsojas spilgti zaļganzili. Cepama bez novārīšanas, lietojama zupās. Taču bieži ir kāpuru izalota vai klāta ar pelējumu. (Visai līdzīga ir kastaņbrūnā samtbeka, taču tai cepurīte ir izteikti kastaņbrūna.)

The diameter of this mushroom usually varies from 3 to 12 cm. When bruised, its pores become vivid green-blue. Spore powder is olive-brown, brown. This mushroom is very common in Latvia. It grows single or in small groups in coniferous and mixed forests from June to November. It is a good edible bolete, one can fry it without boiling. However it is often riddled with worm passages or damaged by white mold. That's why it is not particularly popular among mushroom hunters. (There is a closely related species Xerocomus spadiceus, but its cap is auburn.)

Kazu samtbekas cepurīte tipiski ir brūngani ietonētā olīvkrāsā.
The cap of Suede Bolete is typically colored olivaceus-brown.

Kazu samtbekas cepurīte patiesi ir pēc skata un taustes viegli samtaina.

standing + uprooted augošas + izgāztas
few more specimens vēl daži eksemplāri

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