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I don’t have that book. Very helpful. Thank you Debbie! Jon
but the Bessettes’ SE mushroom book states that:
craniiformis often has a wrinkled or grooved spore case surface, as well as a yellow-brown, never purple, spore mass at maturity.
cyathiformis has a smooth case, that becomes aereolate at the top before the plates break off.
otherwise, grossly, they are quite similar.
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