Notes: Hickory with oak and maple in the vicinity. Open area with low ground cover.
Possibly the same as obs 169770
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We have recieved this material and accessioned it to Rod’s Herbarium. We have scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
distinct species collected this July… aside from the usual suspects.
Rod, is next week a good time to send a package to you?
That sounds like a great spot.
But I think I’ve collected maybe 6 different species of Vaginatea for which I have no ID suggestion. This is not counting the rhacopus, sinicoflava, amerifulva, or old 17.
The Rickett’s Glen spot produces an array of large grisettes every summer. We just received more rain. So maybe I’ll find even a few additional types? The oak hickory mix seems to be particularly productive.
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