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“T. clypeatus should have sharp spiniform perforatorium”
Yes, this has troubled me in the past, especially when comparing it to web photographs…
I have not managed to obtain your reference yet…..
I know professor Eicker personally – I think it it time to pay him a visit!
the primordia have a fragile partial veil?
T. clypeatus should have sharp spiniform perforatorium
I like them when they are small and I can find them under ground – When the caps are open they contain numerous tiny maggots. These mushrooms have a nutty flavor and are quite delicious!
do you eat them?
With a screen name like that, how could you resist posting those Termitomyces babies??! ;)
post the mature fruit bodies ASAP!
can’t wait to see the mature fruit bodies!