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I found them in October 2009. I don’t have fresh specimens at the moment for microscopy. But I am sure I will find them again next October. They grow always at the same place on wood chips together with Psilocybe cyanescens. I think it would be a good idea to grow the “regular” Stropharia rugosoannulata and Stropharia rugosoannulata f. lutea together on agar. If the mycelia don’t melt on the agar plate would mean, that they are different forms or even different species. The best of course would be DNA sequencing.
In new York. The gurus here lump it in with regular ruggosoannulata. They say the cap color is not a defining characteristic. Can you shed any light on this. Or from a microscopic point of view? Thanks.
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