Notes: This specimen looks a lot like A. magniverrucata, but has a striated margin. It was under an oak.
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it is not a magniverrucata.
just saw this one while searching CA fruiting patterns.
There was no color change of the spores with Meltzer’s, so these are not Lepidella. They’re all drying in an appropriate dryer now. Dimitar Bojantchev used a scraping from a spore print I had on glass of the young specimen.
the least over mature of the two specimens in the last photograph.
Did they survive long enough to be dried?
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