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You’re welcome, Mark. Good eyes.
Thanks Roy for the great information. I had no idea what I’d found. Mark
is causing the short blunt lamellae, I think. Hypocrea avellanea Carey & Rogerson is the culprit. Go to: www.nybg.org/bsci/res/col/avellan.html to see a pic of the parasite on the Gymnopus. OR, www.nybg.org/bsci/res/col to the beginning of that site. I haven’t seen the parasited entity in some while. Nice find!
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