Cultivated on sawdust at Noisebridge.
Noisebridge is a hacker space in the mission, for more information see https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Noisebridge.
Photos were taken with a Canon 60D, 30 second exposure, 100mm macro lens, f2.8, iso 3200.
The first few pictures were taken while they were still in bags; the later pictures were taken as they are fruiting.
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But I haven’t seen the collection since I moved to Oakland. It might be in a box somewhere; I hope it turns up. If you would like my work on this to progress at a faster rate, send me eastern glowing and non-glowing and west cost collections and I’ll sequence them.
since this culture definitely glowed!
so, did you keep a bit, and will you run sequence on this and our western version of Panellus stipticus?
I would be curious to see what else is different between these two only grossly similar forms.
The source of the culture was SporeWorks.
came from eastern material?
that I recognize the mushroom, but the pictures are great anyway :-)
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