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I’m not absolutely certain but I think Karl mentioned that Horak said it is associated with Dermocybe.
Ah, just reread my emails from Karl, he mentions that because of the alkaline reactions in this species it may nest within the Sub genus Dermocybe.
I see where you’d think Dermocybe with those bright young gills…
here is some older material by Michael on MO:
showing the mushroom as it ages.
beautiful collection, and an interesting assortment of cort features.
..I notice this species is included in the Sub genus Sericeocybe list, it should be taken off that list because it belongs in Sub genus Myxacium, it has also been associated with Sub genus Dermocybe due to the alkaline reactions.
I also notice C. ignellus included in that list, it should be excluded and placed in a list for Sub genus Telamonia group “Luteini”, it is also associated with Sub genus Dermocybe due to the presence of anthraquinonic pigments present in the stipital veil remnants.
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