Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Boletus subtomentosus (Boletus lanatus, Boletus leguei, Boletus striipes, Boletus xanthus, Ceriomyces subtomentosus, Leccinum subtomentosum, Rostkovites subtomentosus, Boletus subtomentosus f. leguei, Boletus subtomentosus var. lanatus, Boletus subtomentosus var. marginalis, Versipellis subtomentosus, Xerocomopsis subtomentosus, Xerocomus lanatus, Xerocomus leguei, Xerocomus subtomentosus, Xerocomus xanthus, Xerocomus ferrugineus var. leguei, Xerocomus subtomentosus f. xanthus, Xerocomus subtomentosus var. leguei), Boletus subtomentosus f. gracilis, Boletus subtomentosus f. roseipes, Boletus subtomentosus f. subtomentosus, Boletus subtomentosus subsp. declivitatus, Boletus subtomentosus subsp. punctatipes, Boletus subtomentosus subsp. subtomentosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. albo-ochraceus, Boletus subtomentosus var. alboochraceus, Boletus subtomentosus var. bulbosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. conoides, Boletus subtomentosus var. crassipes, Boletus subtomentosus var. cupreus, Boletus subtomentosus var. gilvus, Boletus subtomentosus var. lepidopodes, Boletus subtomentosus var. luteolus, Boletus subtomentosus var. murinus, Boletus subtomentosus var. nigricans, Boletus subtomentosus var. pannosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. pascuus, Boletus subtomentosus var. perplexus, Boletus subtomentosus var. rubiginosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. sanguineus, Boletus subtomentosus var. sistotremoides, Boletus subtomentosus var. subbadius, Boletus subtomentosus var. subbulbosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. subtomentosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. tesselatus, Boletus subtomentosus var. tomentosus, Boletus subtomentosus var. virescens
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 781918J. L. Z.   1889-08-06
United States, New York, Long Island, Flatbush Lott Wood

BPI
BPI 781923Zabriskie, J. L.   1889-08-06
United States, New York, Long Island, Flatbush Lott Wood


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