Notes: Syn.: Entoloma serrulatum (Fr.) Hesler
Herbarium Specimen: UBC F24609
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and we have to go by the morphological characters. We will leave the ID of this collection as “Leptonia serrulata (Fr.) P. Kumm.” since otherwise it would get separated from the other 8 UBC herbarium collections filed under the same name.
ok , let me hope that would help because this is not in Cyanula for sure in my opinion.
Alnus’ wood is the typical habitat for Leptonia that NOW doesn’t comprehends Cyanula no more . there are two clades now, Leptonia and Inocephalus-Cyanula that are different at Subgenus level.
http://imgur.com/UGhuROn here an image from that publication i cited
Our MO observation fits to Largent’s 1994 Entolomatoid fungi better. There are 9 collections of this fungus in the UBC herbarium, six of them are collected by us (OC). Unfortunately, only this particular specimen is documented by the MO Oservation. We hope somebody will have a closer look at the UBC material and sequence the specimens..
" Entoloma subgenus Leptonia in boreal-temperate Eurasia:
towards a phylogenetic species concept " maybe it could help you
this is a blue leptonia ,also the ecology is different, this is on wood
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