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Maybe it will be in today’s post. I’ll let you know.
I send you a new speciment if you did not get the last shipment.
if you would be willing to send some of this collection to me, I would be very pleased because, in my herbarium, I have no collection of this species from central Canada.
I’m sure the species is mycorrhizal, but I have definitely seen mycorrhizal species growing in very rotten wood. I assume that their hyphae penetrates to the soil to make a connection with a host tree.
that it is a new material.
interesting to me all grow on wood or wooden material
and they are quite small
It certainly looks like frostiana.
Created: 2013-06-29 16:04:49 CDT (-0400)
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