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But that would be cool.
Thanks for the offer Rod, I will send you all my Amanitas.
I understand the reasoning behind labeling edible amanitas like this grisette as “comestible,” but shouldn’t there be some sort of reference to its rarity? In other words, why emphasize the edibility of rare mushrooms? Yes, you have done so here on MO, but what about at that Fair?
I know you have your own PCR process, etc. If I can do anything to back you up, let me know.
As it wasn’t savable after being on display for a couple days – I do have collections of this species though. Will keep an eye out for them.
eastern U.S. coastal states. It larger in than mushroom shown in your images as has the unusual nrITS 5’ motif of the penetratrix group:
I hope you can someday get DNA from entity reported in this observation.
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