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so cool, they’re already on TV! ;)
weird color morphs happen.
Do you happen to have a photo of those pink Alloclavaria..? I assume that you took pictures of them.
During a conference of the Bavarian Mycological Society in the Bavarian Forest Nationalpark a few years ago we found a whole field of A. purpurea, including an isolated island with completely pink fruiting bodies. A microscopic study revealed that all collections were A. purpurea. The determination was easy: The decisive factor was the presence of setae because the species is part of the Hymenochaetales.
for Alloclavaria purpurea. Check Clavaria incarnata (no distinct cystidia, but distinct stem (about 1 cm), loop-like clamps at the basidia, broader spores).
Created: 2012-07-08 00:52:51 PDT (-0700)
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