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a dried specimen for herbaria at Universities etc…(plus photo and description)
this is really interesting…..I will try to hunt for some more when we get back in a few days…..what does exsiccatum mean?
pelletieri has been reported from North America. I’m not saying that is well-known. Nor do I know where it was reported from. But if it has been confirmed it may be found elsewhere. I certainly am NOT an expert in this field, having to do a Google search to find Phylloporus at all.
but it doesn’t look like P. rhodoxanthus (BTW, Phylloporus pelletieri is the sole European species of this genus and does not occur elsewhere). There are a heck of other Phyllopori in America … an exsiccatum would be important.
seems close, if I read Michael Kuo’s Key to Phylloporus correctly. If so, a voucher collection is pretty important. Please collect it and try to get a spore print. P. pelletieri is supposed to be found in N.A., but a preserved collection would speak for itself.
Suggests the gilled bolete or similar astrogastrous species.
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