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The following material is based on the notes and
photographs of the collector(s), molecular research
of Dr. Linas Kudzma, and other original research by
R. E. Tulloss.
44 mm wide, orangish tan, with orange tint more intense
This species is placed in the very loosely related
Strobilaceovolvata because of the
presence of the TCTGACCTCAAATCA 5' nrLSU motif in the
sequence that has been derived from RET 818-10.
Moreover, there are remnants of a partial veil on the
stipe of the present species making it a "ringed
Reportedly, the basidiome is difficult to extract from
the substrate, and the universal veil is particularly
difficult to maintain in its attachment to the stipe.
—R. E. Tulloss
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