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L. amethystina occidentalis does, in fact, occur in MN. It was found at the NAMA foray in Bemidji, in 1995 and was identified by Greg Mueller. The specimen is in the fungal collection of the U of MN herbarium.
Grows east of the rockies, L.amethystina-occidentalis grows west of the Rockies.
Wow, I see subtle differences but the biggest factor that leads me to believe it is not amethystina is because the specimen was collected in Minnesota and I read they are not East of the Rockies.
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