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i made a mistake, forget what i said, i confused the habitats one with the other.It is P.flaccida ,if it is not P.ameliae. there is a paper online: http://www.zobodat.at/pdf/OestZPilz_7_0025-0027.pdf
I don’t pretend to substitute Index Fungorum. Why to consider them as different species only on the base of the habitat?
should be considered inversa in the classical sense because it grows under Broadleaf trees(?) , P.flaccida is from coniferous forest.
There is another species called L.ameliae (i doubt that it has a comb nov. yet) growing with evergreen Quercus that is distinguished by the different spore print color: yellow.
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