Name: Leccinum areolatum A.H. Sm. & Thiers
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Status: Accepted

Name: Leccinum areolatum

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Author: A.H. Sm. & Thiers

Citation: Boletes of Michigan (Ann Arbor): 154 (1971)

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“Habitat and distribution.—Mixed aspen and birch, Spectacle Lake, Chippewa County, July 13, 1968, collected by H. D. Thiers and W. Patrick (Smith 75570). Observations —The conspicuously areolate plieus at maturity, pink-ish cinnamon color, lack of a reddish stages. the color changes when the context cut, the presence of coarse dark brown (not black) stipe, ornamentation, and the thick-walled apex of many of the caulocystidia are distinctive. In pileus feature, in color changes, and in the capped caulocystidia it is distinguished from L. pellstonianum to which it is otherwise most similar.”

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