Collection location: Sebastopol, Sonoma Co., California, USA [Click for map]
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I have “observed” the same — reticulate spores of “amoenolens-like” species in a pure Oak habitat. I have no doubt based on that and other literature that we’re dealing with R. cerolens.
BTW, we have all 3 in our neck of the woods — R. pectinatoides, R. amoenolens and R. cerolens… Not sure about R. pectinata…D.
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