discovered on ID table or in someone’s tackle box.
Substrate: not personally observed, presumably leaf litter
Habitat: mixed deciduous + coniferous temperate rainforest, ~4500 ft.
Collectors: unknown course participant
Collected for the 2014 Fleshy Fungi of the Highlands Plateau course, taught by Andy Methven at the Highlands Biological Station in Highlands, North Carolina.
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hopefully we see it again at the next Fleshy Fungi of the Highlands Plateau course. this is why I love Mushroom Observer.
subgenus Pouzarella is confirmed but there is nothing close to this species in GenBank. I have a nice full length ITS (which has an unusually long ITS1 region) and a clean 1350 bp portion of nrLSU.
I need to put another little Pouzarella I collected this year into MO. It’s not the same as this. A fascinating group of shaggy little Entolomas!
now onto the molecules!
Looking forward to it.
Thanks Danny. I’ll let you know the molecular results when I get to it.
Let me know when it arrives.
I’ll get a sequence for it in the Fall when I work up this year’s Entoloma collections. Looks very interesting.
I’d be happy to send it to you. Christian was offered, but did not reply.
I’m glad to see you kept it. Micro and DNA would be interesting.
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