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now i’m trying to study Boletaceae but this genus is very fascinating. probably two recent find of Entoloma euchroum and a possible Entoloma lepidissimum triggered that.
Sorry for the number of proposal, i’m just trying to review some observation from europe.
I appreciate yours expecially because i’ve the feeling that you know what you are doing most of the time.
I never classified one as E. queletii, but as you can see from my observations of this genus, we have plenty of them here and I have much more than posted. It is one of my favorite genus, though very difficult.
Let me take this oportunity to thank you for visiting many of my doubtful pasted observations. it was like a Christmas gift. I will take sometime to analyse all your proposals, but surely many of them are very good.
Happy Christmas Holidays and a happy new year,
Is it possible to see also E.queletii in our climatic area?
Created: 2014-12-16 16:10:32 CST (-0500)
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