Notes: Growing on the ground in mixed woods.
I wasn’t able to do any thing else with these but I believe David Lewis will add them to the Big Thicket inventory.
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David and Pat Lewis do schedule a couple of “Big Thicket Walks” every year as part of the ATBI (All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory) in the Big Thicket National Preserve.
I’ve participated in the last two June Walks but do spend most of my time hunting on my own in various areas around east Texas.
East Texas has gotten a fair amount of rain this year but I found a little less variety and quantity this time compared to last year.
Please say Howdy to Dave and Pat for me if you are still there.
Interesting to have a dermocybe named marylandensis in Texas, described by someone from the PNW!
That covers a lotta geography! :)
Is this a yearly foray that you go to down that way, or just on your own?
How’s the hunting? Are they suffering from drought as well?
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