Notes: Resembles B. zelleri but the pores are red.
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Did you collect this? It’s one of a group we’re working on right now, and this collection would be really valuable to our study.
B. mendocinensis is probably the most similar described species, but whether or not it is really separate is unresolved.
This specimen is really extreme in pore color.
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