Notes: Corner described and illustrated this bolete. Cap has flattened felty patches that may or may not develop into squamules (erect, suberect or flattened). This are pale colored with a hint of pink (pinkish buff). The pileus flesh is yellow and quickly blue. This contrasts with a whitish stipe that stains brownish pink (rufescent) or a dirty orange on the surface AND in the flesh. This is completely different from B. emodensis (Old World) and B. ananas (New World).
Specimens on deposit in BRI & NY (Halling #s 9022, 9073)
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Thanks J.H for noting the link . . . and Clive, so far, I’m inclined that B. ananas is strictly a New World species. That could change, however, with more exploration and further refinement of concepts.
Have you coincided Boletellus ananas
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