Distribution of Boletales

Andreas Gminder agminder at stuttgart.netsurf.de
Mon Aug 24 13:22:20 EST 1998


Dear colleagues,

in my contribution about the Boletales in SW-Germany I should for each
species occuring here also mention the world-wide distribution.
Besides Europe of course, I had not too much problems finding literature
about their occurence in North America, but all other parts of the world
are nearly completely "white spots" for me.
I join the list of appr. 100 species (some of them are synonymous) which
I would be very interested in learning more about their distribution
outside Europe and USA/Kanada.

If you could provide me with information for one or more species, please
mail directly to me. I will later on present all the recieved results
together with my own, if there is some interest for it.

Thank you very much for your help!

Boletinus cavipes
Boletus aereus, aestivalis, albidus, appendiculatus, betulicola,
calopus, carpinaceus, caucasicus, depilatus, edulis, erythropus,
fechtneri, impolitus, lupinus, luridus, pachypus, pinophilus,
pseudoregius, queletii, regius, reticulatus, rhodopurpureus,
rhodoxanthus, satanas, splendidus, torosus
Chamonixia caespitosa
Chalciporus amarellus, piperatus
Gyrodon lividus
Gyroporus castaneus, cyanescens
Leccinum aurantiacum, brunneogriseolum, carpini, cinnamomeum,
crocipodium, duriusculum, griseum, holopus, melaneum, molle, nucatum,
quercinum, rigidipes, roseofractum, roseotinctum, rufum, scabrum,
tesselatum, variicolor, versipelle, vulpinum
Phylloporus pelletieri (var. europaeus)
Pulveroboletus cramesinus, gentilis, hemichrysus, lignicola
Strobilomyces floccopus, strobilaceus
Suillus aeruginascens, bovinus, collinitus, flavidus, flavus, fluryi,
granulatus, grevillei, laricinus, luteus, nueschii, placidus,
tridentinus, variegatus, viscidus
Tylopilus felleus, porphyrosporus, pseudoscaber
Xerocomus armeniacus, badius, chrysenteron ss. str., ferrugineus,
lanatus, leonis, moravicus, parasiticus, porosporus, pulverulentus,
rubellus, spadiceus, subtomentosus



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