Notes: This one for Rod since he has a passion for Australian Lepidellas.
Bright yellow, even the flesh stains yellow. Odor is a pungent, disagreeable odor as in most Leipellas, but this odor is particularly strong & penetrating.
Herbarium specimen documented by N. Fechner and on deposit in BRI.
[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:58:05 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Australia. Queensland. Fraser Island. Bennet Road.’ to ‘Bennet Rd., Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia’
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I don’t recall that it was a bruising reax, Rod, in the sense of reacting from abuse when handled. Rather, that individual was over the hill and getting to the near slimy stage. However, I didn’t write up the specimen and am only going on recall from 10 days ago.
Well, I’m dripping with envy…again. It seems to have a reddish bruising reaction, also.
That’s a unique combination. I’ll dig around a bit.
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