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I have received one specimen from you recently: MO 137721 has been accessioned in the herbarium recently. Naomi (who works with me on my herbarium) posted a thank you to you on 2 July. Things do seem to come slowly from Canada.
I hope that the other material is on its way to me.
We will post that we have received an MO-numbered collection on the original observation page.
I sent you A. frostiana..
Then I sent A. albocreta, A. frostiana and A. flavoconia
I have dry spaciment of: A.solaniolens A. brunnescens for which you asked
but it does not make sense to send if you do not get it
I think I have just been working on this species (maybe)
I think it is either in the “solaniolens group” (sp-O02) or in the “porphyria group” (sp-N17).
Both possibilities probably occur in your area. In both cases, I am very interested in seeing the cap color in buttons or immature specimens as well as in mature specimens.
Material similar to these photographs would be of great interest to us.
Created: 2013-07-10 22:30:48 CEST (+0200)
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