Notes: Just a nice specimen in its natural environment. I did not harvest this one. These seemed to be everywhere in Rickett’s Glen SP. I hunted two different area that offered different habitat. This one was on a ridge with oak and other deciduous trees.
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Just snapped an in-situ, because it looked nice. I already had two similar collections made from the same state park, albeit from differnet habitat. I saw many of these smallish amidellas during this foray. So, I just lumped; hence, the “could be.”
But if you look closely at the zoom, there appear to be marginal striations trying to hide underneath the floccose stuff.
Created: 2012-08-23 00:07:13 CDT (-0400)
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