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This material has been accessioned into Rod’s herbarium and sampled for DNA sequencing.
Do you remember whether the cap flesh was entirely white when you first cut it? Or was it originally pinkish as is shown in the photograph?
You mentioned in a note that you have measurements and other notes on the material you collected and sent to me in March of 2013. I would indeed like to see this information. If you have not already done so, please mark notes with the corresponding MO observation number. That will be very helpful.
[20/1/1] (9.7-) 11.0 – 13.5 (-16.0) x (6.3-) 7.5 – 9.2 (-9.9) microns, (L = 12.0 microns; W = 8.1 microns; Q = (134-) 1.36 – 1.62 (-1.74); Q = 1.49), hyaline, colorless, smooth, thin-walled, inamyloid, dominantly ellipsoid, occasionally elongate, often adaxially flattened; apiculus sublateral, truncate-conic; contents monoguttulate with additional small granules; white in deposit.
We have a brief opportunity to work on some your material from March 2013, Lucy. I decided to start with this interesting species showing sordid pinkish flesh or staining in the cap and upper stipe contexts. I hope to get more time to work on the other collections apparently of the same species tomorrow.
Definitely. They were growing in the same spot and both had the pinkish tinge when I cut them in half.
Do you think this could be the same as 129727?
I’d like to see it.
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