Leccinellum crocipodium

Leccinellum crocipodium is a species of bolete fungus in the family Boletaceae. Fruitbodies contain a benzotropolone pigment called crocipodin.[2]

Leccinellum crocipodium
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L. crocipodium
Binomial name
Leccinellum crocipodium
(Letell.) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder (2003)
Synonyms[1]
  • Boletus crocipodius Letell. (1838)
  • Boletus tessellatus Gillet (1878)
  • Boletus nigrescens Richon & Roze (1888)
  • Krombholzia crocipodia (Letell.) E.-J. Gilbert (1931)
  • Krombholziella crocipodia (Letell.) Maire (1937)
  • Trachypus crocipodius (Letell.) Romagn. (1939)
  • Leccinum nigrescens Singer (1947)
  • Leccinum crocipodium (Letell.) Watling (1961)
  • Krombholziella nigrescens (Singer) Šutara (1982)
  • Leccinellum nigrescens (Singer) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder (2003)

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  1. ^ "Leccinellum crocipodium (Letell.) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder, Regensburger Mykologische Schriften, 11: 233, 2003". MycoBank. International Mycological Association. Retrieved 2013-05-24.
  2. ^ Kerschensteiner L, Löbermann F, Steglich W, Trauner D (2011). "Crocipodin, a benzotropolone pigment from the mushroom Leccinum crocipodium (Boletales)". Tetrahedron. 67 (8): 1536–9. doi:10.1016/j.tet.2010.12.060.

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