Thursday, 1 September 2016

Phylloporus pelletieri ---- Golden Gilled Bolete

Phylloporus pelletieri - Golden Gilled Bolete is uncommon and a BAP species. Although a 'bolete' it has gills with many cross veins, often almost poroid. In this specimen these were not very prominent. The gills are a golden yellow.
This was found at Stradey Woods, a bit further up the track where Psedoboletus was found.
I have found this species once before --- also in Stradey Woods in 1985.  It was found at the Botanic Garden, Waun Las fields, during a BMS foray visit although this is not listed on FRDBI.

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