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There’s at least one sequence in Unite’s database (from Estonia). The ones in Genbank that cover the ITS region are canadian, and they don’t differ much, less than 1% – I think close enough to be the same. I have seen the cap colour varying a lot (and it’s quite common here up north).
And how timely, what with the NA hornemannii discussions in CA. ;)
Could be we have some cryptic species in this group? I assume that there is at least European hornemannii DNA up in Genbank? Soon, with luck and a bit of work, we’ll have CA material to compare it to.
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