Notes: Found under spruce and aspen in moss.
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I have found Alloclavaria purpurea several times. Always it appears singly, and never in clumps where the specimens are actuall touching each other. It is possible this is a new species! Try to collect some and get it to an herbarium – it may be named after you. Congratulations in advance!
Created: 2008-09-06 12:02:40 EDT (-0400)
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