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Yes, there is butyracea with brownish red cap and stem, and there is asema with a greyish cap and stem, and these that have colours in between, have always meant trouble to me.
Now, asema is considered merely a variety of butyracea (that makes it easier to call them all butyracea :-)
butryacea has reddish tones to the cap. perhaps Irene knows this one?
Created: 2008-11-02 05:51:26 EST (-0500)
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