Collection location: Oakland Hills, Oakland, California, USA [Click for map]
I collected these for several years before i was able to put a name on them. They are more common in Southern California.
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was that, despite being one of the Vaginatae/Caesarea, the cap completely lacked striations.
our western A. calyptratoides is an oddball in several ways!
for adding the Genbank links to this obsie.
It completes that circle of effort, in an easily accessed way.
One stop shop, as it were. ;)
I forgot that I had even sent you this material!
Good to have ones instincts confirmed with DNA results.
Thanks for posting this update.
sequence as material from Los Angeles County. The image is now utilized on this page:
The genetic sequence can be accessed from the GenBank “data field” on the technical tab of the same page.
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