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I would suggest switching the names of the observations since this is the more useful one with comments. :)
One of my other ones. The reason they aren’t together is this one has been commented on.
What observation is this a duplicate of?
I enjoyed the variation of the forms in your photographs of rubescens. The variation does seem to be considerable. Your photographs should be very supportive of the learning we are trying to do.
These are growing absolutely everywhere. Pretty much everywhere there is Birch, in this particular forest. Pine too. All the specimens here are ones I’ll dry for you. The ones i got before were infested.
This looks like a great season for sampling rubescent taxa in your neck of the woods.
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