Observation 191804: Boletinellus Murrill
When: 2014-11-29

Notes: Bright yellow close gilled fungi growing in forest soil. Fungi easily removed from habitat and bruised extremely easy. Stipe near gills shows slight light brown colour. I will try and do a spore micrograph, but this fungi looks very similar to two other obs …. 166233 and 167348.

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Melzer’s solution Max Mag. Section of gill and cap squashed on slide.
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Used references: MO obs.
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Recognized by sight: those “gills” are rapidly becoming poroid, or perhaps poroid becoming gilled. Reminds me a bit of our Boletinellus meruloides.

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Micrographs

Two micrographs added. Seems to be two different spores in images. Section under slide squashed.

Link……

Debbie, I have saved the link you provided. Thank-you. I have also printed it and added to my Library for easy reference. I am trying to get time to do some micrographs in the next couple of days. I have another find that Heino Lepp (Canberra Herbarium), is presently looking at, (specimens supplied). It is an unusual truffle like find that I was unable to ID .Incidentally April is on the latter end of my season where I am situated. My finds are usually during Dec-April. Nice to talk. Chow, kk

Hullo Ian!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2014-12-05 10:03:49 CST (-0500)

Good find! Those heavily intervenous “gills” remind me of one of our former Gyrodons here … check out the link that I provided. No idea what you have there in OZ, tho, but I hope to find out more come this April! ;)

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