Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Boletus rubellus (Leucobolites rubellus, Tubiporus rubellus, Xerocomellus rubellus, Xerocomus rubellus, Xerocomus versicolor), Boletus rubellus f. crassotunicatus, Boletus rubellus f. rubellus, Boletus rubellus f. serotinus, Boletus rubellus f. subdumetorum, Boletus rubellus subsp. bicolor, Boletus rubellus subsp. bicoloroides, Boletus rubellus subsp. borneensis, Boletus rubellus subsp. caribaeus, Boletus rubellus subsp. consobrinus, Boletus rubellus subsp. dumetorum, Boletus rubellus subsp. fraternus, Boletus rubellus subsp. purpureus, Boletus rubellus subsp. rubellus, Boletus rubellus subsp. rubens, Boletus rubellus var. flammeus, Boletus rubellus var. rubellus
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 781705Latham, R.   1955-08-07
United States, New York, Long Island, Greenport under maple, near white oak

BPI
Boletus rubellus subsp. rubeus (Frost) E.A. Dick & Snell
BPI 781728Latham, R.   1955-08-21
United States, New York, Long Island, Greenport under Liriodendron


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