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Fungicolous, lichenicolous, and myxomyceticolous species of Hypocreopsis, Nectriopsis, Nectria, Peristomialis, and Trichonectria
Volume 48 of Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden
I do not have it but am trying to locate it now.
I am also checking for other works on Nectriopsis
Nectriopsis tremellicola on creps can go from white to creamy yellow but I have not seen it this yellow.
I have not seen this one before. I will start looking it up. It does look like a yellow version of the one on Crepidotus but that’s white. So far have no ideas but will pull some papers on the genus. Whats it on? A crust or polypore?
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