Observation 205834: Geopora cooperi Harkn.
When: 2015-05-30

Notes:
Collector(s): Molly Widmer
Determined: 2015-May-30
Determiner: Key Council attendees
Original Determination: Geopora cooperi
Habitat: Conifer
Aspect: unknown
Growth Habit: Single
Substrate: Duff
Closest plant: Conifer
Other Habitat & Locality Notes: Soil, erupment from duff
Odor:
Taste:
Spore print:
Other Specimen Notes: See also Observation 205780
ITS GenBank Number: KT968604
RPB2 GenBank Number: KT968660

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Sorry I didn’t see the original post, Joe.
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2016-05-16 15:33:59 EDT (-0400)

Definitely Geopora cooperi, likely G. cooperi f. cooperi. I have found it at the Clackamah Horse Corrals too.

BLAST results lab report
By: Joe Cohen (Joseph D. Cohen)
2016-05-16 09:00:23 EDT (-0400)

BLAST results
compiled by Matt Gordon, Molecular Solutions, LLC, 11/17/2015
y009, identified as Geopora cooperi MO 205834

This had several GenBank matches to G. cooperi. A phylogenetic tree made with all Geopora cooperi sequences showed y009 on a branch with 2 G. cooperi f. cooperi (from Pakistan and Sweden). So this looks like it may be f. Cooperi. There is a lot of variation in the 15 Geopora cooperi ITS sequences in GenBank, so there may be some misidentifications, or the species may be in need of splitting. The rpb2 sequence from y009 was practically identical to the one available rpb2 sequence for G. cooperi.

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