Collection location: Geneva, Switzerland [Click for map]
Id’ed by the members of the Societe de Mycologie de Geneve.
Ok, this one, is nothing like what I’ve seen called D. confragosa before, but that is what they said it was. You’ve got me. I tried to mention what I thought was D. confragosa, and I was told, no, no this is it. One person told me “I don’t know many of these kind, but this one at least I know, I know”, the real expert in room, he pointed at me from across the room and almost bellowed “CON-FRA-GO-SA!”. So, ok, I’ll take the shot, and write down the name.
Here at least, this what they call D. confragosa.
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Created: 2008-11-12 01:16:32 PST (-0800)
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