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Coprinopsis stercorea and Coprinellus heptemerus are the two tiny species on dung I know have been found before in the PNW (neither yet in MatchMaker), I have a feeling they both belong in the same genus, but I don’t think they’ve been sequenced yet.
Created: 2014-10-14 07:47:20 IRST (+0330)
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