Czech Mycology 59(1): 11–24             Article published: 28th June, 2007 doi: 10.33585/cmy.59103

ŠUTARA J., SKÁLA E.

Boletus marekii, a new species with truncate spores from the Boletus chrysenteron group.

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Abstract

Boletus marekii, a new species which was found in northwestern Bohemia (Czech Republic), is described. This species, belonging to the Boletus chrysenteron group (Boletus subgen. Xerocomus), is characterised mainly by its xerocomoid appearance, red-coloured, soon coarsely rimose-areolate pileus and smooth, truncate spores. Characters distinguishing Boletus marekii from other species of this group, e.g. Boletus armeniacus, Boletus rubellus, Boletus porosporus, Boletus fennicus, Boletus ripariellus and Boletus declivitatum, are discussed. A new combination, Boletus fennicus, is proposed.


Keywords:     Boletus marekii spec. nov., Boletus subgen. Xerocomus, Boletaceae, Czech Republic

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Šutara J., Skála E. (2007): Boletus marekii, a new species with truncate spores from the Boletus chrysenteron group. – Czech Mycology 59(1): 11–24. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.59103

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