Notes:
collected for IGS
directly under lone willow oak
I’m not seeing much reticulation, KOH negative on cap and flesh

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ONE MORE OF THESE LARGER OLDER WITH RUSTY PORE SURFACE

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Xanthoconium
By: Jason Bolin (j.bolin@outlook.com)
2018-07-15 22:01:15 CDT (-0500)

I agree that this looks VERY similar to what I commonly collect as X. stramineum.

By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2018-06-19 08:05:39 CDT (-0500)

doesn’t have the reticulation which matches these. It also mentions the bulbous base. It might be the stronger contender. We’re certainly in the coastal plain of NC.

good call . . . the more I think about it the more I like Xanthoconium better.

Thanks for collecting, Geoff
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2018-06-18 13:54:53 CDT (-0500)

That’s an intriguing critter. Carefully compare with X. stramenium, which is the only described doppelganger. I think we can eliminate white-capped Tylos based on the pore surface color. The cap surface texture and the yellowing flesh, however, are not consistent with the published details of either species.
I think I read or heard from a competent source that B. albisulphureus – yet another Murrillian taxon from FL – might be a phantom entity. The holotype voucher is out of reach and, more importantly, too old for DNA testing. But who knows – you could be right about this one!
I’ll give this one top sequencing priority.

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