Notes: After the 2006 forest burn.
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My original drawing was done from the fresh material mounted in water and I misinterpreted numerous oil droplets in spores as warts. I went back to the dried material and examined it first in water it look the same as on the original drawing. When I added ammonia, the droplets fused together into one or a few larges ones and the spore surface was clearly smooth. Thank you for your observation. Oluna
The photo might depict atrata, but the drawings with warty spores look like tylicolor.
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