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I agree it can’t be much else. Thanks for you input, very much!
I have a book with swedish earthstars, and there’s a scheme with the number of rays. On a closer look I realize that the rows with species names are displaced in the scheme, and the numbers refer to quadrifidum (of course! What was I thinking..?)
Anyway, I have seen them with less than 5 rays. And I don’t know of any other possibilities, except that there are some different varieties of it described.
It’s also one of the species with the fewest rays, usually 3-5.
these are neat!
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