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But it was a weary process :)
There are contradictory passages in literature. You have to use different sources to come to a conclusion and then I fear it is always subjective. The genus is in need of closer research I think but the finds are sparse. It took me hours to even find out the right genus for this find (that’s why there are no field photos) for it was almost frozen when I first sighted it and looked very unusual. Furthermore it grew in the wood and not on a meadow (ok, on a mossy clearing in the woods).
from josserandii to pseudocuneifolium?
I find it extremely difficult to understand the differences between the species.
Fortunately, I haven’t found any other than cuneifolium, it’s variable enough :-)
Near Armillariella, Porpoloma and Camarophyllopsis.
close relatives? distinguishing characteristics?
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