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When: 2007-09-07

Collection location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]

Who: Douglas Smith (douglas)

No specimen available

Sorry, going back over some stuff here, and I see that I just slapped C. rachodes on these. Actually on these I don’t know, they seem to be missing the abrupt bulb that I find in the C. brunneum that I see around here. But in the description of C. rachodes it says it should also have a double partial veil, which I am really not sure I see here. So, this one might be either, perhaps.

I guess I’ll leave it here, unless others comment, and have a better idea if it is one or the other.

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Looks like what I call a double veil
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2007-09-23 17:10:02 CDT (-0400)

Others may have a more precise definition, but for me if you can see two edges on the veil, then it’s double. I don’t believe it means that there are actually two separable veils.