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in the really old books. Naematoloma isn’t even a valid genus anymore.
Why is Naematoloma aurantiaca the lamest of all??
The people who call it Leratiomyces ceres are generally pretty cool. The lame people call it Naematoloma aurantiaca and the borderline cool people call it Stropharia aurantiaca.
Thanks for the heads up. By the way, You’re definitely one of the cool kids. It’s the reason I asked!
We’ve been calling this Leratiomyces ceres for at least a couple of years now, published name. Somebody can link you to the appropriate literature, I’m sure.
Lots of dark-spored enthusiasts here in the BA.
It has had at least four names that I know of in the recent past. Try and keep up! ;)
I’ve seen this specimen called numerous things. Is Leratiomyces ceres what the cool kids are calling it nowadays?!
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