The specimens in these five observations, observation 175308 to observation 175312, grew on soil of a barrier along side of a road, at a different location from my previous observations of this genus. Besides growing at the same place they have a lot of features in common: Light coloured and tomentose upper surface, with ascendent and more or less crisped lobes; Whitish under surface with white rhizines. The first two have clear bushy rhizines and pale veins; The 3rd and 4th have discrete rhizines, more salient pinkish veins and broder lobes; The 5th has the smaller lobes among all with a bluish tone and discrete veins and rhizines.
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