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pinkish Calif. platydesmid  Brachycybe producta - Brachycybe rosea

pinkish Calif. platydesmid Brachycybe producta - Brachycybe rosea
Cool, El Dorado County, California, USA
December 26, 2007
Size: up to 50 mm
Found typically under rotting oak lying on soil. I found these both in Cool (El Dorado County) and Fair Oaks (Sacramento County) but only collected in Cool.

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pinkish Calif. platydesmid  Brachycybe producta - Brachycybe rosea pinkish Calif. platydesmid  Brachycybe producta - Brachycybe rosea

Moved
Moved from Platydesmida.

 
B. producta
Hello! I believe this individual is B. producta, based on the notches behind the paranota on the main body segments, especially visible on the 3rd pic. The length, width, and color pattern also suggest producta. Both rosea and producta occur in the areas you mentioned.

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