Two interesting records of Boletes found in coffee plantations in eastern Mexico
Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi , Volume 18 - Issue 3 p. 365- 380
Fresh collections of boletes gathered in coffee plantations from the State of Veracruz (Gulf of Mexico) were investigated. They belong to species of the poroid genus Phlebopus (P. portentosus) and the lamellate genus Phylloboletellus (P. chloephorus). Basidiomata of each species grew on the ground under coffee plants near trees of Enterolobium, Ficus, Inga, and Spondias. The two species are described and illustrated.
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Bandala, V. M., Montoya, Leticia, & Jarvio, Daniel. (2004). Two interesting records of Boletes found in coffee plantations in eastern Mexico. Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, 18(3), 365–380.