Notes: For lack of a better genus name, Boletus works for me. Finely squamulose on pileus and the stipe bulb. Stains blue by just looking at it with a stern gaze. One with a Universal Veil is unknown to me. I have only seen 3 other specimens, all in FNQld on the Aterton Tableland W of Cairns. Occurs under Allocasuarina or where there is a mixture of that tree genus and Eucalyptus.
Herbarium specimens in BRI & NY (REH9228).
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I’m still very very jealous too :)
Was the tube layer easily separable from the cap, like in Boletus, Xerocomus etc., or was it quite adhearing like in Gyrodon or Phlebopus or even the Polyporus species?
I’m quit sure of that. What a find!
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