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Grr… stop bothering me about Thelephora… now look what you’ve done, I’m going to have to go and read this now, and care about some more details about something else… Thelephora, hmm… who knew there was something to know…
You keep trying to get me interested in Thelephora… just checking… nope looks like I didn’t save these, too small and not interesting enough for me. It looks like I did save a couple Mycena, a Psilocybe, a Psathyrella, and about 15 collections of Galerina, so that was probably enough for me.
I just don’t have any lit. on Thelephora, and usually I don’t find them much. This year I did seem to just keep finding them.
Yes, but I doubt terrestris, though the photo is fuzzy and doesn’t show the hymenium well. This looks very tiny and rather long-stemmed, and I guess the hymenium is rather ribbed than warted. Both Thelephora regularis and caryophyllea has smaller spores than terrestris – in case you have the opportunity to check them?
Created: 2009-02-23 17:07:13 CST (-0500)
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