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You’re absolutly right Tom. This is what I have been taught as Naemotoloma capnoises or smokey gilled naemotoloma, which grows on wood. Not n.fascicular which grows on the ground. I entered it as n. capnoides and the site said it was depreciated and gave me only this as an option. I thought the variation had something to do with it. I’ll try and find it under another genus and correct it. Thanks.
That doesn’t look like the right colour for fascicular. Possibly capnoides?
The genus Naemotoloma no longer is used, species from that genus have been moved to Hypholoma, Leratiomyces and possibly several others.
I don’t know why this site want me to call it this.
Created: 2010-12-03 20:18:27 PST (-0800)
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