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|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.88||1||(Christian Schwarz)|
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I beleive acutoconica is a good idea :-)
It’s always interesting to see possible variations.
But these fruitbodies are very young, and were still completely covered with duff. I have no illusions that they are necessarily the true H. acutoconica s.s., but they are from the same patch as these (with more typical color):
You can see the frb on the right in that observation looks similar to these (with the white disc).
Note that when removed from the dehydrator, they showed grayish-black tones (but never fresh as far as I can remember).
I have a feeling that this could be blackening…
Created: 2014-03-29 04:54:52 CET (+0100)
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