Part of the US Forest Service 2011-2013 Southern Cascades Fungi Survey.
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FS Collection #4000
Collected by Noah Siegel, specimen to be deposited in the SFSU herbarium.
An undescribed species know to us by the working name “Banana Gaut”. It’s a common spring fruiting Gautieria that has a very strong and distinctive odor of caramel bananas with a slight underlying acetone odor.
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