Collection location: Lynn Valley Rd. and Haldimand Rd. 70, Port Dover, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
Who: Eva Skific (Evica)
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> A clean and contiguous 566 bps TEF-1-alpha sequence was obtained from this material. The first ~45 characters from and including EF1-983F primer are missing, but it’s still a very usable sequence. There is one ambiguous character, an “R”, corresponding to A & G.
> A BLASTn search of this sequence didn’t generate any perfect or close matches. The maximum identity match did not exceed 94.9%. The top hit is Octaviania tasmanica, a secotiod, truffle-like fungus. The genus Octaviania is a member of the subfamily Leccinoideae. The third and fourth hits are trusted accessions of Leccinellum crocipodium at 94.7%.
> In light of the unique morphology and molecular data, this collection in all likelihood is a new/undescribed taxon.
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