Collection location: Teague Hill Open Space Preserve, San Mateo Co., California, USA [Click for map]
I checked carefully for bioluminescence and found that these do not glow in the dark.
I plan to sequence these and see how they compare to the bioluminescent stipticus sold by Sporeworks.
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how do they compare? I would be surprised if these were the exact same sp. as the eastern form of Panellus stipticus. The suggestion that these don’t glow in the dark is another reason to think that they are not.
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