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This looks good for T. flavovirens in the Northeast. If this matches your material Douglas then at least we can say we may be finding the same thing. The photos look quite different to me but without seeing the fresh material…
Clark Ovrebo told me he may be publishing something on Tricholoma one of these days. Hopefully he will. I have many unidentified Tricholoma species in my photo collection.
I like this photo too. I thought I posted it here a long time ago, but must have forgotten to do it.
Nice photo of them, with nice features. Looks the same to me as the stuff in CA…
What about T. equestre? Is that just a synonym now?
Created: 2010-02-26 12:20:26 CET (+0100)
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