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I do have a specimen. If you remind me your address, I can send you this as well as the other Pluteus you just commented on.
This one is not common in Santa Cruz, but is fairly regular on wood chip piles to the north. The landscaping setting is what made me think that it might be a good candidate for the European taxon, interesting to hear that there are 2.
Christian, if you have an specimen for this I would be interested in studying it.
You have at least 2 species of “nanus” in California, and probably none are identical with the European species
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