Fungi

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Boletaceae
Austroboletus yourkae F.E.Guard, McMull.-Fish., J.van Wyk, T.Lebel, & Halling , legitimatescientific apni Crous, P.W., Osieck, E.R., Jurjević, Ž. et al. (24 December 2021), Fungal Planet description sheets: 1284–1382. Persoonia 47: 277, "Colour illustrations." [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Typus. Australia, Queensland, Einasleigh Uplands, Yourka Bush Heritage Reserve, Junction Sandy Yard Creek Road & Valley Road, S17.98 E145.44, 600 m a.s.l., 18 Mar. 2019, R.E. Halling, Halling 10184 (holotype BRI AQ1024215, isotype NY02072697 ...)"
  • Text: DNA sequences: from holotype: GenBank MZ358814 (LSU), MZ647699 (rpb1), MZ647702 (rpb2).
  • Text: identifier: MB 839206
  • Text: Fungal Planet description sheet 1336, with authors indicated as “Guard, F.E., Wyk, J. van, Lebel, T., McMullan-Fisher, S. & Halling, R.E.”
  • Etymology: "Named for the Yourka Bush Reserve, on which this species occurs."

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