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I did a transversal cut of the cup. The color was the same of the outside except a very slight bluish/greyish at the bottom, not enough to give it the name of P. badia, in my opinion. Unfortunately I didn’t kept a photo of it (which I took but I didn’t preserve, maybe because was taken in bad light conditions. Thanks, Nicolas, for your opinion.
This collection reminds me species like P. badia or P. phyllogena (=P. badioconfusa). Did you make a cut in the flesh? How is the color of the flesh?
Created: 2013-02-26 15:59:13 CST (-0500)
Last modified: 2013-02-26 15:59:20 CST (-0500)
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