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North American Fungi
Five species of boletes, Chalciporus piperatus, Suillus brevipes, S. granulatus, S. salmonicolor, and Pulveroboletus xylophilus and three species of Amanita, A. marmorata subsp. myrtacearum, A. muscaria var. formosa, and A. manicata have been collected in the Hawaiian Islands. The boletes are associated with introduced pines and the Amanita are associated with introduced pines, Myrtaceae and Casuarina. Pulveroboletus xylophilus and Amanita manicata appear to be saprotrophic instead of mycorrhizal.doi:10.2509/naf2008.003.00710 fatcat:5vov2tdqh5fuvmxzv4broxyeki