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The cap and stalk

Size

5 - 15 cm

Stem

Simple stem

Hymenophore

Pores

Spore print

olive brown

Edibility

Edible

Exikat:

Butyriboletus subappendiculatus (Dermek, Lazebn. & J. Veselský) D. Arora & J.L. Frank 2014

Group


Phylum: Basidiomycota
(7339)
Class: Agaricomycetes
(7229)
Subclass: Agaricomycetideae
(7229)


Order: Boletales
(538)
Family: Boletaceae
(374)
Genus: Butyriboletus
(18)

Bibliography
AUTHOR
TITLE
PAGES
Didier Borgarino, Christian Hurtado
LE GUIDE DES CHAMPIGNONS en 900 photos et fiches
123
Dušan Vrščaj
Glive od Triglava do Jadrana, 1990
177
Egon Horak
Röhrlinge und Blӓtterpilze in Europa, 2005
72
Guillaume Eyssartier, Pierre Roux
Le Guide des Champignons France et Europe
90
Heinz Engel
Dickröhrlinge - Die Gattung Boletus in Europa, 1983
78
Henning Knudsen & Jan Vesterholt
Funga Nordica 2012
221
J.Breitenbach / F. Kränzlin
Pilze der Schweiz 3, 1991
64
Jan Holec, Antonín Bielich, Miroslav Beran
PŘEHLED HUB STŘEDNÍ EVROPY 2012
572
Josef Šutara, Michal Mikšík, Václav Janda
Hřibovité houby 2009
122
Ladislav Hagara, Vladimir Antonin, Jiri Baier
Velky atlas hub, 2005, 2010
361
Pierre Roux
Mille et un champignons 2006
62
Prof. dr. Jelena Vukojević, Ibrahim Hadžić
ATLAS GLJIVA i internacionalni rečnik narodnih imena gljiva
56
R. Courtecuisse
Mushrooms of Britain & Europe, 1999
422
R. Courtecuisse & B. Duhem
Mushrooms & Toadstools of Britain & Europe, 1994
1664*
Roberto Galli
I Boleti, 1998
178
Rose Marie Dähncke
1200 Pilze, 2001
76
Details


Scientific name: Butyriboletus subappendiculatus (Dermek, Lazebn. & J. Veselský) D. Arora & J.L. Frank 2014
Synonyms: Species Fungorum 10.07.2015:
Boletus subappendiculatus Dermek, Lazebn. & J. Veselský 1979
Habit of Growth: Mycorrhiza
Protection: Mushroom is not protected
Trees: Abies (Fir) , Juniperus communis (Common juniper )d1d1 , Picea (Spruce)d2d2d2 , Pinus (Pine)

Detailed description


Cap: 6-11 cm across, young hemispherical, later convex and cushion-shaped, smooth to wrinkled, finely tomentose pressed scaly, reddish ocher-brown with brown spots, margin is sharp and bent downward.
Hymenophore: intensive lemon yellow to reddish brown, on stem notched.
Spore print: dark olive brown
Spore: cylindric-spindle, thick walled with drops, 12-14,5 x 3,7-4,5 μm
Stem: 5-10 x 3-5 cm, cylindrical, base is rounded and slightly pointed rooted, apex is lemon yellow with reddish brown net, under it pale yellow with pale net, full, stem flesh is white.
Flesh: whitish, under the cup skin and over the pores is lemon yellow, thick, if cut not bluish, odor pleasant, taste mild to nutty.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in montane and subalpine coniferous forests by spruce, rarely also under fir, pine and juniper, grows from summer to late summer.
Edibility: edible

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