Observation 166394: Auricularia americana Parmasto & I. Parmasto ex Audet, Boulet & Sirard
When: 2014-05-10

Notes: OMS-140510-059
Collector(s): Stewart Meyers
Determined: 5/10/2014
Determiner: Sava Krstic
Original Determination: Auricularia auricula
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Other Habitat & Locality Notes: near Suttle Lake Lodge
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Other Specimen Notes: Unusual species for OMS Spring Camp

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here’s why americana is the better fit … for now.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2014-06-03 01:24:27 WIB (+0700)

http://www.nlmushrooms.ca/articles/JellyEar.pdf

On the other hand, if we are changing commonly encountered mushroom names to reflect changing nomenclature and taxonomy and their true ranges, shouldn’t Mr. Siegel, born and bred in MA, really be Amanita bisporigera? After all, virosa is a European name for one of their Destroying Angels.

We ain’t got no stinkin’ virosa, here.

Just saying.

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