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Pseudobaeospora sp


Gorgeous wine/violet/brown stipes 4cms long , a fragile pink cap , almost ombre two toned in colour , lovely violet/pink gills.


growing in a very mossy area , close to a large peice of rock , with a rotted piece of tree under the soil


Pseudobaeospora sp. ( pink variety)..we get 4 known variety's so far in Tasmania) Pseudobaeospora is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae

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Pietro a year ago

Dear Charlie
I am the author of the species Pseudobaeospora euganea from Italy and of a worldwide key of this genus ( in english.
I am preparing a worldwide molecular study of the species of this genus. Would be pleased to send me your material and I will study it and sequence it and let you know what it can be and, eventually, collaborate with you if it should result to be a new species?
Best regards
Pietro Voto

CharliePrice 4 years ago

I reckon , won't be one i will remember out and about :/

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 4 years ago

That name's a mouthful.

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Tasmania, Australia

Lat: -41.30, Long: 147.20

Spotted on Jul 17, 2015
Submitted on Jul 17, 2015

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