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just give me postal code and your address
macrochemical spot tests. I think vouchering such tests with dried specimens (as you have done) is very important. If you send me a part of the specimen, I will add information about it and its voucher status to the WAO website.
Thanks for the suggestion.
it should be at 72% as it is commonly used in mycology.it faded away with the yellow reaction in about 1-2 hours, it was a warm day anyway.
i mean i have it dry right now ,but i can send it to you if you want a specimen.
And the purple-magenta reaction of the gills to sulphuric acid.
Did the gill reaction fade rapidly? What concentration of sulphuric acid did you use?
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