Systematics Collections Data

PDD 25896 – Boletus novae-zelandiae McNabb

Data Provider:
New Zealand Fungarium - Te Kohinga Hekaheka o Aotearoa
Barcode:
PDD 25896
Type Status:
Holotype
Specimen Type:
Packet
Loan Status:
Active
Database Record Added:
31 May 2001
Database Record Updated:
25 September 2019
Components
Primary Component
Active Identification
Determined Name:
Boletus novae-zelandiae McNabb
Determiner:
R.F.R. McNabb
Determination Date:
Preferred Name:
Boletus novae-zelandiae McNabb
Phylum:
Basidiomycota
Class:
Agaricomycetes
Order:
Boletales
Family:
Boletaceae
Identification Type:
Determination
Type Status:
Holotype
Associations:
has host Leptospermum scoparium/ericoides
Substrate:
ground
Other Components
Active Identification
Determined Name:
Leptospermum scoparium/ericoides
Determiner:
Determination Date:
Preferred Name:
Leptospermum scoparium J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.
Family:
Myrtaceae
Identification Type:
Determination
Collection Events
Primary Collection Event
Collection Event Type:
Unknown
Standard Locality:
Kerikeri, Opito Bay
Verbatim Locality:
Kerikeri, Opito Bay
Collector:
G.B. Rawlings
Verbatim Date:
1966/04/26
Start Date:
1966-04-26
Country:
New Zealand
New Zealand Area Codes:
Northland
Specimen Notes
Public Note:
[RFRM] Col. J Rawlings under mixed tea-tree - his property at Kerikeri 26-4-66. (young specimens). Pileus 3-6cms round-oblong[?] - dry- slighlty velvety. 3B4-4B5. Pores 2a5. Tubes 2mm long (young specimen). Tubes 2A6. Stipe 2A5 or 2A4, 2-3cm long, solid, 1.5-2.5 diam. Context of pileus 2A5 - very slight colour change at margins - reddish on exp to air. Smell mushroomy, taste - Joan says acid, I don't, distinctive taste initially, between fennel and piece of rimu [?] (not rotten). Chemical reactions, KOH on pileus dark, on context 6B4, NH4OH no reaction. Habitat solitary and in 2s. No spore print. Cystidia scattered, more frequent at pore mouths, unspecialised, hyaline, thin-wallled, hair-like to subcylindrical. Hymenophoral trama bilateral [...] heavily pigmentedlateral stratum hyaline, strongly divergent. Basidia hyaline, clavate, 4-spored.
J.A. Cooper, Nov. 2017
Public Note:
Hymenial cystidia are obscure, if present at all. Spores length=14.8–18.5µm (µ=16.1, σ=0.96), width=4.6–5.5µm (µ=5.0, σ=0.24), Q=2.8–3.9µm (µ=3.23, σ=0.23), n=20. The micro distinction between this and B. rawlingsii is clear on spores alone.
J.A. Cooper, Nov. 2017