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I do not know Hericium cirrhatum from personal observation.
The clinchers for me on my specimen was the sticky sap and the distinct odor of figs. Again I will post when I get the slides back.
Thanks for previous info, a friend has that book i will look at it.
As for this mushroom, we were having discrepancies about about on an earlier post. At that time, the specimen I had did not have that sticky resin you described. However, this one certainly did.
Gary also thought that it was H cirrhatam when we collected it and was excited as it was a first time find in NY. However when he got home ran spores and chemicals and cluded it must be Kuo C pulcherrimus.
I cant really see any macro differences between the two. Can you describe any if you know?
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