[Mycology] Re: Cordyceps Index Request

Danny Newman via mycology%40net.bio.net (by newmy51 from gmail.com)
Fri Apr 18 16:42:18 EST 2008


I've no idea, but I would love to find the same.  Bolivia provided a
plethora of Cordyceps to photograph and catalog, many of which are
unknown/unidentifiable as of yet.  go to
www.flickr.com/groups/mushroomsofbolivia to view.



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> Does anybody have an electronic copy (or other cheap/easy-to-access)
> source for a reasonably complete key to the Genus Cordyceps?
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> I have a C. species on locust that is old (browned) but appears to be
> C. capitata- except the host it wrong.  (C. capitata is found on
> Elaphomyces.)
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