Observation 20666: Tylopilus P. Karst.
When: 2009-04-25
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This fungi was in full sun growing in sandy loam. Cap and stem were dry. The cap was about 4cm across. The yellow display at the base is distinctive. I forgot to mention that it was a single specimen and was in an open semi shade area.

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I have added two more images that were taken in the same area as the originals.Ithink the quality of these last images is better than the originals.

Australian chromapes . . .
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2009-04-29 07:35:24 MDT (-0600)

In 1993, C.B. Wolfe and Neale Bougher published a paper in Australian Systematic Botany 6: 187-213, that specifically deals with the “chromapes group” in Australia (& elsewhere). 4 new species were described from Australia, and 4 additional species were described from the Northern Hemisphere.
This group belongs neither in Tylopilus nor in Leccinum. See Tylopilus queenslandianus, Observation #20695.

It has to be the same
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2009-04-29 06:01:36 MDT (-0600)

I found in Katoomba. That I also named Tylopilus chromapes and as I know chromapes from NC I think it actually is the same species, maybe introduced? It can be a close relate tho. But when I think that Cyptotrama asprata is also growing in Oz so why not chromapes? I think there are some relics between South America (with species ranging up to North America) and Australia (Gondwana?)

a australian chromapes…
By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2009-04-29 04:40:32 MDT (-0600)

It looks similar to Tylopilus chromapes

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