6.5cm cap diameter x 9cm stipe length, growing on ground in grassy area near oak, hickory and red cedar
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I would be very interested in seeing if the habit correlates in anyway to a difference in the genes that Dr. Hughes is sequencing at U. Tenn., Knoxville. If you have the opportunity to collect and dry material of this form and color, I’d be very interested in seeing it.
Thanks for your post.
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