Notes: Along roadside in campground, about twenty feet from river bank with black cottonwood, willow, and alder. Fir and cedar also nearby.
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Repeat regions caused serious enzyme slippage, making the sequence really hard to read. After careful review of the chromatogram, the closest BLAST match was http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nucleotide/686694333 – confirming Morchella populiphila. I could probably get a clean sequence for most of the ITS region by sequencing the reverse strand of DNA, but I don’t think that’s necessary because the data I got was good enough for ID purposes.
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