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the only habitat in which I’ve ever seen this form. I’ve seen it several times in various places along the Mississippi River. Weird.
Is another name for this. I learned it as Lentodium squamulosum. It may be more common in Ohio than the “normal” form.
http://www.mycoquebec.org/... tigrinus f secotioides/ Lentin tigré, forme secotoide&tag=Lentinus tigrinus f secotioides&gro=6
I have specimens this time, plan to ship them off tomorrow.
Dan, you posted this species from Oct. 2008.
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