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This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium.
The form of the bulb of subcokeri was significantly altered—fatter and with the scaliness restricted to the top of the bulb. That experience is the basis for my guess on this observation.
Please let me know what you find out about it. I found A. subcokeri maybe once before, but it was rather smaller and dried out.
Veil remnants seem to be surviving the drying process
Does the picture of the underside of the cap show a peristently membranous and DOUBLE partial veil (as it appears to me)?
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