Shaggy Cap - Boletellus emodensis
This mushroom, Boletellus emodensis (Boletaceae), is one of several species where the cap becomes scaly. These separate giving the shaggy appearance, hence the common name. The cap diameter is about 10 cm. The tubes and hence the pores are usually exposed below the body of the cap, they are yellowish-green and turn blue when damaged. The stalk has a distinct pinkish tinge.
This bolete species is known to occur in Eastern Asia, India to Malaysia and Indonesia, and also in Australia.
Photo credit: ©greenzaku | Locality: Noosa Heads National Park, Queensland, Australia (2009)