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|Could Be||1.0||3.06||1||(Jon lambert)|
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It would be small for A. sylvicola, and the above-view of the cap isn’t typical. Spore measurements are useful in this group; if you develop any data, please share it. If you have access to DNA sequencing, I’d say it’s a candidate. It would be cool if it might be the long-lost A. cretacellus, described from Ithaca, NY.
Is the top photo from the same patch?
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