Leccinum aurantiacum (Bull.) Gray, (orange oak bolete, orange bolete)


12 Oct 2001 at OSGR: SU56 in Berks, England

Record SummaryAt foot of Grey Sallow in small copse of Aspen; Birch also nearby.
Found asFruitbody
Date12 October 2001
OS grid refOSGR: SU56
Lat/Lon51° 30' N, 1° 10' W
Vice CountyBerks, VC no: 22
CountryEngland
Voucher12 Oct 2001[E]
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Notes: Cap: hard, finely tomentose.
Stipe: scabrae only rusty.
Flesh: vinaceous tinged after 5 minutes, becoming slate after 15 minutes.
Caulocystidia: clavate to fusiform or even lageniform with brown contents, occasional spheropedunculate cells up to 35µm diam; generally broader in mid-stipe than at apex.
Kibby: BIKP

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