Suillus hirtellus EM16 v1.0
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Suillus hirtellus
Photo credit: Rytas Vilgalys at Duke U.

Suillus hirtellus (Peck) Kuntze is an ectomycorrhizal mushroom-forming fungus in the family Boletaceae. Fruiting bodies of S. hirtellus are characterized by having a smooth (non-glutinous) yellowish cap covered with reddish to brownish hairs, and yellow stipe (stalk) covered by reddish-brown glandular dots. It fruits commonly in pine forests across the southeastern US, especially under Pinus taeda, P. echinata and P. virginiana.

This genome is part of JGI/EMSL Collaborative Science Project (proposal 48480) "Integrated genomic/transcriptomic/secretomic study of plant-fungal interactions between pines and their symbiotic ectomycorrhizal fungi in the mushroom genus Suillus".

References:

Kretzer, A., Li, Y. N., Szaro, T., & Bruns, T. D. (1996). Internal transcribed spacer sequences from 38 recognized species of Suillus sensu lato: Phylogenetic and taxonomic implications. Mycologia, 88(5), 776-785.

Miller, Jr., O.K., and H.H. Miller. 2006. North American Mushrooms: A Field Guide to Edible and Inedible Fungi. Falconpress, Guilford, Conn.

Smith, A.H. and Thiers, H.D. (1964) A contribution toward a monograph of North American species of Suillus. Ann Arbor.

Weber, N.S. and A.H. Smith. 1985. A field guide to southern mushrooms. Univ. of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.

Wu, Q. X., Mueller, G. M., Lutzoni, F. M., Huang, Y. Q., & Guo, S. Y. (2000). Phylogenetic and biogeographic relationships of eastern Asian and eastern North American disjunct Suillus species (fungi) as inferred from nuclear ribosomal RNA ITS sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 17(1), 37-47.