Xanthoconium montaltoense

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Xanthoconium montaltoense
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X. montaltoense
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Xanthoconium montaltoense
Wolfe (1987)

Xanthoconium montaltoense is a species of bolete fungus in the genus Xanthoconium. Described as new to science in 1987, it is found in Pennsylvania, where it grows on soil under Betula lenta and Tsuga canadensis. The specific epithet montaltoense refers to Mont Alto campus of Pennsylvania State University, close to the type locality.[1]

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  1. ^ Wolfe Jr CB. (1987). "Studies in the genus Xanthoconium (Boletaceae). I. New species and a new combination". Canadian Journal of Botany. 65 (10): 2142–2146. doi:10.1139/b87-295.

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