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Danny’s DNA Discoveries – Tricholomatineae Incertae Cedis of the PNW
by Danny Miller

Click here for my Pictorial Key to Tricholoma

Introduction

These are in uncertain families of the suborder Tricholomatineae. They may get their own families, or they may be placed in an existing family. Nothing much unites these yet morphologically and this page only has one species from one genus so far.

TBD - everything except Pseudoomphalina angelesiana.

abundant common uncommon rare - colour codes match my Pictorial Key and are my opinions and probably reflect my bias of living in W WA. Rare species may be locally common in certain places at certain times.

Click here to download the FASTA data of all my DNA sequences

Summary of Interesting Results
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Pseudoomphalina - click to expand

Not only are they hard to tell from other genera (and even mushrooms in other families) they don't look anything alike themselves.

Species mentioned: Pseudoomphalina angelesiana, intermedia, kalchbrenneri. Neohygrophorus angelesianus.

 

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