This is one of the weird small Telamonia in the general /casimiri clade. These are very hard to work with morphologically, but one can get used. Abundant near streams and mosses in the high elevations. There is plenty of local evidence of environmental studies that this species is widespread in the west. The closest European names in that group are C. umbrinolens and C. fulvoconicus.
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