2 collected by David Rust; a dozen fb seen; tan oak, Douglas Fir plantation, huckleberry, madrone.
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it doesn’t really have a good name yet. it is a larger version of the well known petite eastern farinosa, one that only occurs in the PNW (and south into its extreme N. CA reaches). Thiers collected mostly in CA; the PNW designation is more descriptive. But they are all just placeholders, until we get a formal publication for our western version.
It definitely has that same gray granular veil. Distant cousins, maybe.
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