Specimen Details: Tylopilus balloui (Peck) Singer
Filed As:
Boletaceae
Tylopilus balloui (Peck) Singer s.l.
All Determinations:
Tylopilus balloui (Peck) Singer det. R. E. Halling

Location:
Australia. Queensland. Wide Bay District. Great Sandy National Park, Fraser Island, road from Pile Valley to Kingfisher Bay. Alt. 113 m. (371 ft.)
Collector(s):
R. E. Halling 9420 with N. Fechner, 16 Feb 2011
Description:
Pileus 2.5-5.5 cm broad, dry, convex, bright yellow with some bittersweet orange. Flesh white, slowly pale brown on exposure, with mild odor and taste. Tubes adnate with a slight decurrent tooth, grayish yellow (4B4), staining pale brown, favoloid, compound. Stipe 4-8 cm long, 7-15 mm broad, +/- equal with slight taper at base, pale yellowish white with some bright yellow near apex, glabrous to finely fibrillose streaked, with interior white, slowly pale brown when exposed.
Habitat:
Sclerophyll. Eucalyptus, Leptospermum, Allocasuarina. Gregarious. On sand.
Other:
Specimen Notes: Duplicate in BRI
Identifiers:
NY Barcode: 1193922
GUID: a731e6a7-be00-437e-82fb-06820c398fd2
Map:
Georeferencing Method: GPS
Coordinates: (-25.4639, 153.071)

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