Boletus pallidus: Dry whitish-gray-buff cap surface, often cracking with age. Flesh, tubes, pores & stipe whitish, aging olive. Staining blue. Spore print is olive brown. Mycorrhizal with hardwoods like oak and
beech. Fruits summer and early autumn. Pale buff cap with slightly overlapping
margin of sterile tissue, lighter stem, and white to pale yellowish pores that
turn yellow to greenish-yellow. Tubes
are slightly depressed where stipe meets pore surface and/or white to pale
yellow flesh inconsistently bruise bluish then brownish. Often several nearby. Edible.