Notes: charcoal black to black spores; large cap when mature – 3" and rubbery; just emerging-chestnut brown with white on edge; gray when more mature and brown and rubbery when old. stem fibrous and hollow; gills gray brown attached but not decurrent. Growing under redwoods.
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Doug, I have sent you an email off line with Jonathan’s email. He sequenced it and is working on Psatharellas at SOU as I indicated below.
If the sequence for this has been found, can you post the sequence here? Or the GenBank number for the sequence? It would good to document local sequences.
I collected samples of this and sent to Jonathan Frank of Southern Oregon University (at his request). He completed a DNA sequence on it and concluded that it most closely matched Psathyrella marcescibilis.
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