Collection location: Mirror Lake State Park, Wisconsin, USA [Click for map]
This one was very small, just over one inch or so.
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It probably is (or closely related species seldomly mentioned in the literature). Unfortunately, this specimen lacks “classic” features like vertical orientation, and has very coarse surface compared with field guide examples you see out there.
Created: 2010-12-19 22:01:11 CST (-0500)
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