Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leccinum aurantiacum (Boletopsis rufa, Boletus aurantiacus, Boletus salicola, Krombholzia aurantiaca, Krombholziella aurantiaca, Krombholziella quercina, Krombholziella rufa, Krombholziella salicola, Leccinum populinum, Leccinum quercinum, Leccinum salicola, Boletus aurantiacus var. rufus, Boletus aurantius var. rufus, Boletus scaber var. aurantiacus, Boletus versipellis var. arcticus, Boletus versipellis var. aurantiacus, Krombholzia aurantiaca subsp. rufa, Trachypus aurantiacus, Boletus rufus), Leccinum aurantiacum subsp. aurantiacum, Leccinum aurantiacum subsp. rufescens, Leccinum aurantiacum var. arcticum, Leccinum aurantiacum var. aurantiacum, Leccinum aurantiacum var. decipiens, Leccinum aurantiacum var. intermedium, Leccinum aurantiacum var. leucopodium, Leccinum aurantiacum var. pallidipes, Leccinum aurantiacum var. pinicola, Leccinum aurantiacum var. rufum, Leccinum aurantiacum var. sanguinescens, Leccinum aurantiacum var. tomentosum
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 783341Latham, R.   333561955-09-24
United States, New York, Long Island, Riverhead under Betula populifolia and Pinus rigida


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