When: 2018-10-11

Collection location: Stockbridge, Henry Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]

Who: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)

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Chemistry is of limited use in this case
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2018-10-11 21:55:20 PDT (-0700)

The difference between mitis/arbuscula and subtenuis is branching pattern. C. subtenuis should mostly fork in twos with the axils closed; the other has 3-4 or more branches originating from around the perforated axils. I see a couple 3’s but mostly 2’s, and no perforations. (Be careful of interpreting a fork whose two branches then immediately fork and the subsequent fork is so close to the initial fork that it looks like 4 branches from a single point. But if you look closely, they don’t quite originate from the exact same level, and more importantly there is no hold in the middle.)

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