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but as a west coast mushroomer, I seldom use Lincoff’s book (in fact and irritatingly enuf, my home reference copy has gone missing since my recent trip to NEMF). :(
Frankly, MO was the first time that I had heard that term for a dark-gilled Entoloma type.
It’s sure an easy one to miss in the MDM…no photo, and only a fleeting reference to Pouzarella within the Entoloma key, to a mushroom that is “not common, with a hairy cap and stem.” No info as to occurence either, tho I suspect it is Eastern and European, as well as species recently being found and described in the Carribean by Baroni.
Still and all, cool little genus, and I am glad to make its acquaintence!
the Audubon. (I use the 1981/84 edition.) One species is described (P. nodospora) and three others are mentioned within the comments.
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