Collection location: Observatory Hill, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]
Parasitic on Cystoderma amianthinum (the lower yellow part of the stipe is in fact a remnant of the host). This is the first record in Canada. The fungus was described from Mt. Hood, OR (as “Cystoderma paradoxum”) and in North America it was also reported from Priest Lake, Idaho.
Herbarium specimen: UBC F19459 (duplicate with Dr. Brandon Matheny, University of Tennessee – TENN 063935)
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did the Pacific Northwest Key Council create one?
If you know that you need Squamanita key, you don’t need it. AC
I’ve been wanting to see some of these!
What else is reported from that area? It’s often followed by rare earthtongues, waxcaps and coral fungi..
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