#028: Mushroom Morphology: Boletes

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  1. October 17, 2016

    […] distinguished by a hymenium (spore-bearing surface) consisting of many, small pores.  Unlike in boletes, the pore surface of the polypores cannot be easily separated from the rest of the mushroom.  […]

  2. October 17, 2016

    […] a bolete.  This is evidenced by its pores, its central stipe, and its terrestrial habitat (see FFF#028 for more on boletes).   The pores of the Old Man of the Woods are small (1-3 per millimeter) and […]

  3. November 7, 2016

    […] Next story #028: Mushroom Morphology: Boletes […]

  4. February 23, 2017

    […] Agaricales, but the Gomphidiaceae belong to the order Boletales. The Boletales contain the boletes (FFF#028), the earthballls, and a few lineages of gilled mushrooms.7 Within the Boletales, the Gomphidiaceae […]

  5. May 5, 2017

    […] agarics belong to the order Agaricales. Gills also evolved in the orders Russulales, (see FFF#028), and Polyporales (see FFF#030), although these have not diversified nearly as much as the […]

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