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and specimens in great condition.
what I meant to say is that Index Fungorum lists Wynella silvicola as the preferred name.
Ah, there are two genera, with very similar names, Wynnea (Sarcoscyphaceae), and Wynnella in the Helvellaceae, with W. sylvicola.
if so, somebody should tell Index Fungorum. They are still green-lighting the name Wynnea silvicola (and boy, its macro at least is sure a good match for that genus!).
Helvella??! The hell you say!
Yeah yeah, I know, convergent evolution and all that…
Cool mushroom, regardless.
That is one reason it’s been known as Wynnella silvicola for a long time, which is what I’ve called it, but since have found out that in a paper by Abbot and Currah (1997) it was made a Helvella. I believe there is also a seperate molecular study that backs that up.
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