Observation 50300: Craterellus fallax A.H. Sm.

When: 2010-08-14

Collection location: Oneida Co., New York, USA [Click for map]

Who: Eric Smith (esmith)

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Yup. Thank you Ron.
By: Dimitar Bojantchev (dimitar)
2011-03-11 12:43:03 WIB (+0700)

Thank you Ron. Yes, nice to see this paper. The moment I saw the original study it made me feel unconfortable, as I’ve played with enough molecular data by now to start getting a sense of what works for what..

Here is the paper
By: Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)
2011-03-11 12:24:22 WIB (+0700)

that i believe is the basis for Herbert’s rampage through all the old eastern Craterellus cornucopiodes Observations..

The LSU gene…
By: Dimitar Bojantchev (dimitar)
2011-03-11 10:52:11 WIB (+0700)

The LSU gene works great for cladistics, but for species differentiation, I doubt. I have to take a closer look at the data. C. fallax is an Eastern North American species and not very likely to be exactly what Linnaeus described as C. cornucopioides from Europe.

DNA has shown them to be the same…
By: Nathaniel Segraves (nlsegraves)
2011-03-11 07:31:13 WIB (+0700)

From page 391:

“Furthermore, these data do not support the
recognition of Cr. fallax and Cr. konradii as unique species.
Rather, we suggest that these species should be synonomized
with Cr. cornucopioides.”

Thanks Herb.
By: Eric Smith (esmith)
2011-03-11 07:00:48 WIB (+0700)

They do leave a peachy print…

By: Erlon (Herbert Baker)
2011-03-11 06:36:13 WIB (+0700)

click on C. fallax.

I thought
By: Eric Smith (esmith)
2011-03-11 06:14:49 WIB (+0700)

they were shown to be synonomic.


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