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These two collections had branch apices that were pink to brownish red. Others found the same day on the trail had whitish apices with sometimes just a spot of color (brown or slightly purple) at the tip. 06A was to young to have spores but was about a foot from a mature Ramaria (06B) that had plentiful spores but did not have colored apices. Spores for -02 were cylindrical, 10.5-12(14) x 3.5-4.5, Avg.= 11.55 × 3.89, L/W=2.97
Habitat was Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Silver Fir, bear-grass, huckleberry


19(h) x 13(w) cm
10(h) x 8(w) cm

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Based on microscopic features: Spores were ornamented with striae, Clamps present
Based on chemical features: Stipe flesh was amyloid with Melzers reagent

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