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 Central Station to Lake Birrabeen. Alt. 140 m. (459 ft.)
Collector(s):
R. E. Halling 9023 with N. Fechner, 08 Feb 2009
Description:
Pileus 5.5 cm broad, dry, convex, orange to yellowish orange, matted. Flesh white, unchanging, with mild odor and taste. Tubes whitish with a faint hint of pink, staining pale brownish, with pores favoloid and radially elongated. Stipe 6.5 cm long, 2 cm broad, tapering downward to a point, coarsely and shallowly subreticulate at apex, matted subpruinose below, pale yellowish with splash of orange, yellowish white below and pale brownish from handling, with interior white, unchanging.
Habitat:
Wet sclerophyll. Eucalyptus, Syncarpia, Lophostemon. Gregarious. On sand.
Other:
Specimen Notes: Duplicate in BRI
Identifiers:
NY Barcode: 1193941
GUID: c759c0e2-9ce0-439b-87fe-43bf6e12a2c6
Map:
Georeferencing Method: GPS
Coordinates: (-25.4972, 153.051)

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