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This is the one with just photo, and no specimen. I don’t remember why I didn’t get one – maybe at that time I didn’t have anybody who could’ve IDd it for me.
Very prominently looking beast, though…
Is this some sort of shade form of C. squamosa?? Squamules are far too large, though, right? From New England flora options include C. turgida (?), C. multiformis (really??), C. crispata (highly doubtful)… Ozarks flora suggests C. furcata, too, but this things has some cups. It’d be nice to get chemistry to help rule some of these out, but I can’t imagine getting a convincing ID on this thing.
Created: 2012-02-14 18:15:58 CST (-0500)
Last modified: 2012-02-14 18:19:05 CST (-0500)
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