Collection location: Pinole Valley Park, Pinole, California, USA [Click for map]
Who: banders (banders)
In coastal scrub vegetation, at periphery of live oak woodland. Only ones seen.
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2) Not all mycologists working on the Entolomataceae even agree with the hypotheses of that study, and continue to use segregate genera.
3) Some of the segregate genera were likely mistakenly lumped into Entoloma in that study, so it is likely that future work involving material from a wider geographic region will make Entoloma smaller (less speciose) than the broadest-view perspective would suggest.
4) The name L. pseudocarnea is provisional, so at this point it’s nothing more than a placeholder, and isn’t really available for systematic scrutiny.