What is another word for Suillus Albivelatus?
[ sˈuːɪləs ˈalbɪvˌɛlatəs], [ sˈuːɪləs ˈalbɪvˌɛlatəs], [ s_ˈuː_ɪ_l_ə_s ˈa_l_b_ɪ_v_ˌɛ_l_a_t_ə_s]
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Suillus Albivelatus is a genus of mushroom in the family Suillaceae. There are about 45 described species in this genus. Many of these species are considered to be inedible. Most members of the genus are found in North America, where they grow on the ground in forests and meadows. Some species have been found in Europe, Asia, and Australia. Most members of the genus are gilled mushrooms, but several species are included in the genus Suillus because they lack gills and are instead fruiting on the stem or stem bulb.
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