Under Pinus hartwegii. Small size and pointy cap. Often with a clustered growth habit.
Cap, stem and context quickly turning dark reddish purple in KOH.
Cheilocystidia and pleurocystidia absent.
Spores 9 – 10 × 5.5 – 6 micrometers, slightly roughened, ellipsoid to mango shaped, inequilateral.
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Alan, I will review my notes and see if I can come close to a section within Telamonia, but Mexican material, brother – we have some of that floristic group in Calfiornia – it is off the charts. Dna only speaks here. Otherwise I can tell you some name, but it very unlikely that it will be true.
I have to put page of the Mexican influenced Corts, Russula and Amanitas in our area based on environmental samplings from Mexico… It is fascinating.
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