Collection location: Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, USA [Click for map]
About the size of a pinhead. One of the little balls (apparently a sclerotium) seemed to shoot from the center when I picked it up.
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(I have added this to the OMS sequenced specimens MO list because it’s a handy reference for local sequence data for which club members had a part. But I want to make sure to note that Alden took initiative to obtain and sequence it, outside of OMS.)
Seems like the first record for this species on GenBank. I will make a tree and accession in the coming months.
Hola Leah, te encontré por casualidad revisando los miembros de MO! Quise mandarte una foto de cuando fuimos a Querétaro pero el sistema no me dejó.
Por que ya no has subido fotos? te mando un saludo. Si ves a Travis, saludamelo!!