Large, tannish brown cap with pinkish white pores; webbed, tannish brown stalk. Grows singly or scattered, on the ground in mixed woods. June–November. Cap convex, becoming flat; tannish brown to buff; texture sticky when wet; flesh is thick, white. Pores small; round; pinkish white, turning pale pink with age. Stalk thick, enlarging toward the base; tannish brown, sometimes bruising brownish, with brown webbing; webbing, sometimes raised. Spore print burgundy brown. Spores magnified are smooth, elliptical.
Lookalikes: Other boletes, some of which may be edible.