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Yeah, probably, I think people were just putting T. brumale on these, as a common Tulostoma name to use. And I think that is what people have done in the past. But yes, I would agree, it is probably another species. I don’t know if anyone kept these, maybe Debbie would know.
Hugh drove over an hour away to find these, and bring them in, that day.
and this lacks brumale’s tubular mouth. This might be Tulostoma poculatum, but there are quite a few Tulostoma species to choose from..
Created: 2011-02-12 11:49:51 CST (-0500)
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