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advice on drying. I now have a dehydrator so if I find them again I am all set!
would be to dry the intact polypore/parasite together. If you don’t have a dehydrator, then air-drying by hanging in a south-facing window for a couple days (preferably, an attic window) will at least get the material in good enough condition to mail. But, air drying has proved to reduce the chances that usable DNA may be extracted.
polypores are fruiting now and i will keep my eyes open. How would one save it?
I will try to collect and dry some this weekend.
There is someone who is actively researching NE species of Entoloma. If you like, I’ll ask him about this obs.
Should I try to fetch them in and dry them? Unless something disturbed them, they are probably still out there.
If this is Entoloma parasiticum, then this is a new host species.
Created: 2014-07-22 01:34:45 BST (+0100)
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