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So, Mushrooms to Genus VI says that Rimbachia looks like an upside-down smoker’s pipe, with a long, well-developed stipe. I’m assuming that other genera (Cyphellostereum and Mniopetalum) were merged into Rimbachia, and that this stature is no longer necessarily characteristic. Is this right, or was R. bryophila itself moved into Rimbachia based on micro-characters?
Created: 2009-01-26 14:13:22 MST (-0700)
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