Notes: Precise location and habitat unknown. Photographed on the ID table.
Desjardin notes that P. sublateritia is “is usually a darker species and larger too,” but that the micro is a match. Micrographs to come. Any and all additional input welcome in the meantime.
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I’ll check the spores. Leaving town tomorrow, so if not today, perhaps a grad grunt can do it for me.
Without spores we can’t run this through Smith’s keys…
1. Spores in KOH nearly hyaline and not darkening on standing. sect. Homophron.
1. Spores soon cocoa-color or darker in KOH. sect. Cystidiosae.
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