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is probably a good idea.
Cathy Cripps, Ellen Larsson and Egon Horak made some basic work on this group a couple of years ago:
so some trusted sequences are available to compare with.
I’m still leaning towards agardhii, but there are other possibilities.
I’d start with just the photo. If he doesn’t recognize it, he’ll prob. run the DNA for ya.
Or is the FS project budgeted for DNA as well?
Good to see that at least a few interesting things are coming up in the Lassen area.
Also, nice to see you posting photos here again, Christian. We’ve missed ya! ;)
is Inocybe agardhii, but a few micro shots would have been nice.
on this species is not ephemeral.
It may not be membranous, but it’s pretty persistent.
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