Notes: Voucher Number: NAMA 2013-042 ; Phaeocalicium polyporaeum (Nyl.) Tibell; Identified by: Andrew M. Minnis ; Collected by: Dianna Smith ; Voucher Specimens are located at the Botany Herbarium, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.
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Can’t see them even at full-resolution zoomed all the way in. I think that constitutes false advertisement. ;)
At least know what the host is – Trichaptum biforme, right?
Uh oh, I just hope some activist user doesn’t come in and try to change the name of this observation because we can’t see the thing it’s been vouchered for. Before we go that route, can we agree to take the photo down if necessary, instead, and leave the name? T. biforme is a dime a dozen (million!). By contrast another data point of Phaeocalicium polyporaeum, an oft-overlooked species, has much more value.
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