Observation 88894: Suillus cavipes (Opatowski) Smith & Thiers

When: 2011-09-13

Collection location: near Prebersee, Haiden, Bezirk Tamsweg, Salzburg, Austria [Click for map]

Who: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)

No specimen available

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Eye3
Recognized by sight: growing with larches

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By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2012-03-09 09:50:50 GMT (+0000)

Both MycoBank and IndexFungorum still use Boletinus. It has been said that there is molecular evidence that Boletinus should be integrated in Suillus, but to be honest, I haven’t seen any evidence that makes it necessary..

Suillus
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2012-03-09 08:57:18 GMT (+0000)

is not the right genus for this mushroom – it has a hollow stem. According to Mycobank the right name still is Boletinus cavipes.

Boletinus : cap surface dry, felty, made up of a trichoderm. Hymenophore consisting of short, barely separable yellow tubes, pores wide, angular, radially stretched. Hyphae with clamps, without fascicles of encrusted caulocystidia in hymenium and stipe.

Suillus : cap surface viscid, made up of a gelatinous ixotrichoderm. Hymenophore consisting of easily separable tubes, pores small, radially elongated. Hyphae usually without clamps, fasciculate encrusted caulocystidia present.

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