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Thank you for the “hello.”
We’re keeping busy these days. We have been sending out large sets of samples for DNA sequencing, trying to keep up with the posts on MO, working on third and fourth numbers of the e-journal, trying to get a few more species formally published, etc.
Due to its condition i did not consider it to be of value and left it there….sorry
I certainly will keep looking for anything similar.
Patrick, if you go back this week to check on the “unknown species” by the decaying tree stump give the area a good look over where you found this one.
the photo is perfect as usual:)
Hi Rod, hope your doing well!
… Although, we had one of our large Amanita which got some indigo milky juice on it, which may have been this one. We tossed it.
I will definitely look for more like this one.
that doesn’t seem to be A. sinicoflava.
If you should have the time and opportunity to collect material of this taxon, I would be very interested in reviewing it.
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