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|I’d Call It That||3.0||6.70||1||(Alan Rockefeller)|
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I am going with Hypochnella violacea on this one because in the book Hongos de Queretaro, Hypochnella violacea is the purple crust that they have occurring in this state. The book is from the late 90’s, so relatively recent, and written by good mycologists. This is super common here and I see it often.
the debate has taken place elsewhere (see: Observation 129220)
how to separate the following taxa?
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