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FS Collection #2052
Collected by Christian Schwarz, specimen to be deposited in the SFSU herbarium.
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All posted observations have been scoped. I will go back and post micro info on some when it becomes available.
Also, how are these being identified prior to posting?
I think I suggested that these might be Fayodia, but have no recollection of actually confirming it microscopically.
Has more work been done on ALL of the collections now being posted?
I suspected in the field that the darker fruitbody with slightly closer gills was different, don’t remember if we scoped it later to confirm.
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