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thanks for the information.
was where Klofac put R. phaeseolisporus. I have not requested any loans (yet). Other projects are on the front burners at the moment.
it coulda been slightly viscid. Klofac ruled out R. phaseolisporus though if I remember well. But it certainly belongs to Tylopilus. The material is in Vienna. Did you loan the Tylopilus from Queensland as you wished some time ago?
but rather looks like a taxon described by Li & Watling from Western Australia that they called Rubinoboletus phaeseolisporus. Was it slightly viscid? It should have bean-shaped spores, some slightly ornamentation on the stipe and according to a prelim molecular analysis (from material in W Australia), sits on a clade with the ballouioids as a Tylopius. I will need to post the WA material I think. Thanks!
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