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mollisia wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 31, 2018 6:50 pm
@Chris: Did you mean Tubaria dispersa? T. confragosa has a ring and much darker colours.
Coming back to this one briefly. I must have had a blank moment - I meant Tubaria furfuracea
. Though T. dispersa
would, I agree, also be in the mix . . .
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