Family: Boletaceae
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Fungi:> Basidiomycota:> Agaricomycetes:> Boletales:> Boletaceae:> Austroboletus, Boletus, Boletellus, Chalciporus, Leccinum, Fistulinella, Rossbeevera, Tylopilus, Xerocomus.
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IlistrationBoletes have fruiting bodies like agarics in shape and texture, but their spores are produced inside pores or tubes. Many of the boletes are edible although little is known about our native species. Been mycorrhizal our natives are found in both our Nothofagus and Leptospermum forest. While others that are introduced are found under exotics trees like Oak and Birch. Poor surface
Related Family's
- Boletinellaceae
- Suillaceae
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Genus: Austroboletus
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Austroboletus novae-zelandiaeAustroboletus novae-zelandiae or
Austroboletus lacunosus
Austroboletus niveus
Austroboletus niveus
    Boletes speciesBoletes species
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Genus: Boletus
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boletus leptospermi
Boletus leptospermi

Boletus rawlingsii
Boletus semigastroideus
Boletus semigastroideus
   
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lineGenus: Boletellus Genus: Buchwaldoboletus  
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Boletellus ananas
Boletellus ananas
lineBoletus speciesBoletellus species Buchwaldoboletus sp. Buchwaldoboletus species    
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lineGenus: Chalciporus Genus: Leccinum  
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Chalciporus aurantiacus
Chalciporus aurantiacus
lineChalciporus piperatus
Chalciporus piperatus
Leccinum scabrum
Leccinum scabrum
   
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lineGenus: Fistulinella Genus: Tylopilus  
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Fistulinella viscida
Fistulinella viscida
line Tylopilus brunneus
Tylopilus brunneus
Tylopilus formosus
Tylopilus formosus

 

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Genus: Xerocomus
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Xerocomus macrobbii
Xerocomus macrobbii
Xerocomellus ripariellus
Xerocomellus ripariellus
Boletus sp.
Xerocomus chrysenteron?
   
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Sequestrate Fungi
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These are fungi which have lost there ability to forceful eject their spores in stead they rely on insects or birds to eat them and cary off the spores for dispersal. Many are brightly coloured to attract birds and found on or partly buried in the ground.  
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Genus: Rossbeevera
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Chamonixia pachydermis
Rossbeevera pachydermis
     

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