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Yes there ae a couple of new species but that is all the info on them. It will take Guzman a year or two before he can even get to them. He is already studying about 14 new species which are not in our book.
I still have a new Thailand species guzman has not gotten around to doing yet from two years ago.
Anyway, they are rare and uncommon or more would have been found.
Backk in 1985, I found on Capital lHill here in Seattlke two large clumps of shrooms, similar to cyanecens but the caps do not flatten or turn up with age. They more or less had a cap similar to P. cubensis. I only found them once and unfortunately they were lost duiring a divorce period.
If I find them I send them to my friends in Europe and they work a lot faster than Guzman in analysing new species.
have a shroomy day,
Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.
Hey mj, were the two unknown clumps ofmushrooms you found in '85 an annulate sp.? If not they sound similar to a sp. I found in So OR. last Nov. Someday I'll get the pictures up here.
Sorry if I'm adding to your carpal tunnel, but not being able to ID my discovery has been driving me nuts for months.
thanks for your time.