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- members of this group, and until recently, the Boletales were thought to only contain boletes. The Boletales are now known to contain distinct groups of...
- genus of fungi, commonly known as earth balls, now known to belong to the Boletales order, in suborder Sclerodermatineae. The best known species are S. citrinum...
- the order Boletales. Not all members of the order Boletales are boletes. The micromorphology and molecular phylogeny of the order Boletales have established...
- fornicatum Geastrum saccatum - Sclerodermatales (related to Boletales) Basidiomycetes : Boletales : Sclerodermataceae : Scleroderma Scleroderma areolatum...
- families of Boletales with members that have similar compounds. Molecular phylogenetic analysis confirmed its affinity lay in the order Boletales in 1997...
- and Tylopilus felleus. Within the Boletales clade (a group of related species roughly equivalent to the Boletales order), these species were all in the...
- is a genus of basidiomycete fungi in the family Suillaceae and order Boletales. Species in the genus are ****ociated with trees in the pine family (Pinaceae)...
- Hymenochaetales 167 million years ago (130 million years ago–180 million years ago) Boletales 142 million years ago (133 million years ago–153 million years ago) The...
- have evolved independently, feature largely in the orders Russulales, Boletales, Hymenochaetales and several other groups of the overarching phylum Basidiomycetes...
- between Tricholomatales and Boletales". Molecular phylogenetic analysis confirmed its affinity lay in the order Boletales in 1997, though later research...