We were seeking the albino form of Caloscypha fulgens which hadn’t been seen before by anyone at a SIMA foray, but has long been known to exist. We found one full albino and a few partial albinos right in the campground where literally thousands of regular Caloscypha fulgens were fruiting. The orange pigment is not formed in this mutant.
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that I’m tempted to doubt the ID, but I’ll take your word for it. neato! add it to the albino/oddities list.
living up to its name. That is amazing.
Never heard of albinos of this species before, thanks for sharing!
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