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looks like you have access to a fine microscope in Mexico, too!
…it is something like 7%(!!) BLAST different from the real I. hystrix, if we even know what it is. Inocybe appears to be an ancient genus (something I sensed even as a beginner, when I first fell in love with the genus) that has rather similar species that have drifted far apart genetically due to allopatric speciation.D.
I. hystrix is supposed to grow with hardwoods and this was with fir.
It really resembles hystrix. The spores look fine too, both shape and size, but the cystidia are so weird – never seen anything like them.
Created: 2011-10-02 17:43:53 CDT (-0500)
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