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then I think it will soon migrate to NJ. :) So far it never made even a single appearance at NJMA forays (I checked our records going back several years). I recently found L. petersenii in the Barrens, which was a very surprising discovery.
I should have looked for that name in the Milk Mushrooms’ index instead of going through descriptions… Me thinks I shouldn’t expect to find this one in NJ, but you never know — climate change is pushing southern species northward, and MD is just a stone’s throw away. :)
It is a synonym of L. subplinthogalus (See Bessette’s Milk Mushrooms.) I usually call this L. subplinthogalus which is the older name.
which reference did you use for this one?
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