Notes: Coming to you, Rod! 2100ft on Mt. Tuscarora, with Chestnut Oak, some Red Oak, American Chesnut, small percentage other hardwoods and shrubs.
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We have received this material and it has been accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. We have scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
I haven’t looked yet, unfortunately I have been relying on my memory for the pictures I have taken. I need to find a way to take some notes to the pictures I have taken. I don’t remember taking that many spore prints.
I included possible doubles of this observation, they were found on the same hilltop, and had the same coloration as this one. I also included possible doubles of the other one that looks similar to this one, from a lower location down from the same ridge this one was found, but with Red Oak primarily, 208375.
Could it be that I had mounted them in Melzer’s? It’s likely I would have if so.
I guess I need to look back at my pictures again and see where those spores are then!
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