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There are several collectors and if you look at the image comments they should be indicated Adolf. Herbarium collections are doubly verified and have collector names attached. To collect as a survey group has its benefits as Christian noted. And we dont see any problems doing it this way.
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I am all in favor of you posting as the Roman Catholic Church, although whereas this aggregate username has a pragmatic purpose, yours would be complete obfuscation (I think you’d agree?).
A better questions might be:
I doubt the US Forest Service is a physical person able to collect fungi. Should I list our MO observation as being collected by the Roman-Catholic church? I hope the real collector is on the US Forest Service herbarium labels. Adolf
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