|Chamonixia pachydermis in beech forest in New Zealand|
Chamonixia is a genus of truffle-like fungi in the Boletaceae family. The genus is widely distributed, especially in temperate regions, and contains eight species. Chamonixia was circumscribed by French mycologist Léon Louis Rolland in 1899.
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