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DNA analysis resolution
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2017-01-01 20:32:19 EST (-0500)

Note that even if sequencing a certain region is fine-grained enough to distinguish species within a genus, that doesn’t mean getting the sequence will give you the right name. That only follows if all species in the genus have been described and associated with a sequence, which isn’t even mostly true for most genera.

DNA analysis
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2017-01-01 20:26:09 EST (-0500)

Has pretty good resolution to species for most genera.

Debbie, you did not get me this, I found another collection in Redwood Regional Park.

DNA sequencing question
By: John W. (SierraNevadaShrooms)
2017-01-01 19:23:37 EST (-0500)

Can the DNA sequencing specify down to the species? Or just the genus in general?

I don’t remember you getting a sample
By: Debbie Klein (dejaklein)
2017-01-01 16:49:35 EST (-0500)

but maybe you did. I have the specimen at home.

I have sequences of this one
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2017-01-01 13:34:28 EST (-0500)

It came out in Tubaria.

The specimen I think is this is on wood,
By: Debbie Klein (dejaklein)
2016-12-25 05:32:46 EST (-0500)

Not a leaf. I found it later in a mesh pocket of my daypack with just one mushroom on the wood. I’ll look for the other in that pocket,

Partial veil remnants on cap margin
By: Django Grootmyers (Heelsplitter)
2016-12-25 02:52:12 EST (-0500)

Strobilurus species don’t have partial veils AFAIK. This looks more like a Tubaria.

whatever this
By: John W. (SierraNevadaShrooms)
2016-12-25 00:46:24 EST (-0500)

specimen ends up being please compare with http://mushroomobserver.org/265253?q=1BUR

is that a leaf or rotting wood?