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Gomphidius subroseus Kauffman 1925

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    Gomphidius subroseus
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    Gomphidius subroseus is a gilled mushroom found in Europe[3] and North America. It was first described by Calvin Henry Kauffman in 1925.[4] It was once thought to be mycorrhizal with Pinus sylvestris.[3] However, Olson et al. (2002) found it to be more likely to be parasitic on Suillus bovinus, which is mycorrhizal with Pinus sylvestris, Pinus sylvestris or both.[3]

    References

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    2. ^ "Gomphidius subroseus Kauffman 1925". MycoBank. International Mycological Association. Retrieved 2012-11-04.
    3. ^ a b c Olsson PA, et al. (2000). Molecular and anatomical evidence for a three-way association between Pinus sylvestris and the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus bovinus and Gomphidius roseus. Mycological Research 104:1372–1378. (abstract)
    4. ^ Kaufmann CH. (1925). "The genus Gomphidius in the United States". Mycologia. 17 (3): 113–26. doi:10.2307/3753869.