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Ceriomyces auriporus (Peck) Murrill, Mycologia 1 : 147. 1909
Boletus auriporus Peck, Ann. Rep. N. Y. State Cab. 23 : 133. 1872.
Boletus innixus Frost, Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 2 : 103. 1874. (Type from Vermont.)
Boletus caespiiosusY^Qk.,^v\.^orx^y QXvy^ZJ 17. 1900. (T3'pe from Virginia.)
Pileus circular, plano-convex, 2^ cm. broad, 0.5-1 cm. thick ; surface reddish-brown or yellowish-brown, rarely grayish-brown, sometimes brown with a reddish-yellow tint or reddish-brown in the center and olivaceous toward the margin, glabrous or minutely tomentose, slightly areolate at times with age, the interstices appearing yellow, usually dry, but somewhat viscid in wet weather ; margin even, thin , somewhat obtuse, slightly inflexed on drying, concolorous: context firm, fleshy, 3-5 mm. thick, white, unchangeable, tinged with red under the cuticle, at first mild, then unpleasant to the taste, the cuticle decidedly acid ; tubes plane or convex, adnate or nearly free, with a broad shallow depression about the stipe, 3-5 mm. long, bright golden-yellow, unchanging, even after years in the herbarium, mouths concolorous, variable in size, small and circular when young, medium or large and
irregularly polygonal when old, edges thin, entire : spores oblong-ellipsoid, curved at one
end, lemon-yellow, 8-10 X 4-5 /t^ : stipe central, short, slender, curved, tapering upward,
nearly glabrous, pulverulent under a lens, slimy in wet weather, concolorous or paler, slightly
striate above from the decurrent edges of the tubes, solid, white or discolored-yellowish
tinged with red within, 2-4 cm. long, 4-8 mm. thick.
Type locality : North Elba, New York. Habitat : Thin dry woods and shaded roadsides. Distribution : New Bngland to Alabama.
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William Alphonso MurrilI, Gertrude Simmons BurIingham, Leigh H Pennington, John Hendly Barnhart. 1907-1916. (AGARICALES); POLYPORACEAE-AGARICACEAE. North American flora. vol 9. New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Aureoboletus auriporus

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Aureoboletus auriporus, is a species of bolete fungus in the family Boletaceae that is found in Europe and North America. It was originally described in 1872 by American mycologist Charles Horton Peck, who called it Boletus auriporus.[2] Zdenek Pouzar transferred it to the genus Aureoboletus in 1957.[3]

The species is edible, and could be confused with (the also edible) Xerocomus illudens.[4]

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References

  1. ^ "GSD Species Synonymy: Aureoboletus auriporus (Peck) Pouzar". Species Fungorum. CAB International. Retrieved 2015-09-10.
  2. ^ Peck CH. (1873). "Report of the Botanist (1869)". Annual Report on the New York State Museum of Natural History. 23: 27–135 (see p. 133).
  3. ^ Peck CH. (1957). "Nova genera macromycetum I". Ceská Mykologie. 11 (1): 48–50.
  4. ^ Phillips, Roger (2010). Mushrooms and Other Fungi of North America. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books. pp. 256, 258. ISBN 978-1-55407-651-2.

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Aureoboletus auriporus: Brief Summary

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Aureoboletus auriporus, is a species of bolete fungus in the family Boletaceae that is found in Europe and North America. It was originally described in 1872 by American mycologist Charles Horton Peck, who called it Boletus auriporus. Zdenek Pouzar transferred it to the genus Aureoboletus in 1957.

The species is edible, and could be confused with (the also edible) Xerocomus illudens.

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