Notes: Found in mixed deciduous forest, primarily trees were Oak and Beech. Brown cap, stipe bruising reddish even prior to collecting. Two specimens collected in same general area.
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Two suggestions (late at night): For the “lab” shots, strong color in the background can make it difficult to appreciate the colors of the object you’re targeting. A shade of gray is very useful because it doesn’t “intrude.”
Item 2 – Since we are struggling with multiple taxa that are all rubescent, it is probably a good idea to keep fruiting bodies that are not in the immediate neighborhood of each other in Nature in separate collections.
Maybe we’ll find that this precaution is unnecessary; however, at this point, I think I’m inclined to the “better safe than sorry” or “better safe than confused” school.
Thanks for the posting.
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