#187: Phylloporus rhodoxanthus, the Gilled Bolete

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  1. May 12, 2017

    […] “Gilled Boletes” (Phylloporus spp., FFF#187) can also be attacked by H. chrysospermus. As I have been told, this fact was significant for […]

  2. May 12, 2017

    […] among boletes,8 which hints at the taxonomic relationships of Paxillus. Phylloporus mushrooms (FFF#187) produce gills that are thick, yellow, and have a wax-like texture. This distinctive combination is […]

  3. May 12, 2017

    […] some mushrooms with gills that are not quite so well formed. For example, Phylloporus rhodoxanthus (FFF#187) and Lenzites betulina (FFF#168) are known as the “Gilled Bolete” and the “Gilled […]

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