Notes: Formerly and better known as Heimiella anguiformis. Fruiting in Southeast Asia and Australia/Oceania.
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is not a former name for H. fruticicola. The latter ws first described from Tasmania and is known as far north as northern Queensland (Atherton Tableland). The illustration in Heim’s paper describing H. anguiformis shows a black, cerebriform pileus and reticulate spores – comtrary to H. fruticicola (red pileus, bumpy spores with holes and crater-like depressions. Heim’s type of H. anguiformis can’t be found in herbarium PC.
isn’t available anymore, it seems to be lost. Formerly known as Heimiella fruticicola.
I would have loved to find Boletus manicus but it was too dangerous for me to go to Papua all alone :=) No, hadn’t time and money for this extravagancy. Whole trip was too short.
of the Boletes implicated in Heim’s account of “Mushroom Madness” in the Kuma people of New Guinea.
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