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I love the display here Alan. What an experience.
Probably not. It is very large, grows on wood and has decurrent gills with small round white spores. I’ll check the DNA and bioluminescence next time I find it.
has DNA been run on this species? What features makes it an Omphalotus?
It’s not among one of the 70+ bioluminescent species listed in Desjardin DE, Oliveira AG, Stevani CV. (2008). “Fungi bioluminescence revisited”. Photochemical & Photobiological sciences 7 (2): 170–82.
Just wondering, since it looks significantly different than the Omphalotus species here in the U.S., does it share the glowing gills capability?
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