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Definition of Boletus fomentarius

Boletus fomentarius
Boletic Bo*let"ic, a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, or obtained from, the Boletus. Boletic acid, an acid obtained from the Boletus fomentarius, variety pseudo-igniarius. Same as Fumaric acid}.

Meaning of Boletus fomentarius from wikipedia

- Species Plantarum by Carl Linnaeus; he called it Boletus fomentarius. The specific epithet fomentarius is from the Latin fomentum, referring to tinder...
- in fumitory (Fumaria officinalis), bolete mushrooms (specifically Boletus fomentarius var. pseudo-igniarius), lichen, and Iceland moss. Fumarate is an...
- fomentarius, which was discovered with the 5,000 year old body of Otzi the Iceman in the Italian Alps. It has a similar morphology to F. fomentarius and...
- Synonyms Boletus fomentarius var. pomaceus (Pers.) Pers., (1801) Boletus igniarius sensu Bolton (2005) Boletus pomaceus Pers., (1800) Boletus scutiformis...
- needed] G. applanatum has been used to produce amadou, even though Fomes fomentarius is most commonly ****ociated with the production of amadou. Amadou is...
- year. The fungus was originally described by Jean Bulliard in 1788 as Boletus betulinus. It was transferred to the genus Piptoporus by Petter Karsten...
- 226 cm (89 in) in cir****ference. It weighed 15.46 kg (34.1 lb). . Fomes fomentarius, Polyporaceae Widespread in north temperate zone. A specimen growing...
- ostreatus, and Lentinula edodes (in the order Agaricales) and Fomes fomentarius, Ganoderma lucidum, and Trametes versicolor (in the order Polyporales);...
- the ICN are Cynoglossum cheirifolium β Anchusa (lanata) and Polyporus fomentarius β applanatus whilst other examples (coming from the fungus database Index...
- "champignon", " button mushroom", "white mushroom", and " portobello" Boletus edulis, also known as "cep", is an edible wild bolete found in Europe Common...