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Xizang (Tibet): Jiangda (Gyamda) Xian. Narrow gorge ca. 6 km E in a straight line from the center of the city of Jiangda (Gyamda). Logged Picea forest, now dominated by Betula. Slopes and meadows; slopes with numerous, scattered limestone boulders and diverse herbaceous flora in organically rich, dark soil and with deep moss layer in many places. 31°28'59"N, 98°16'39"E; 3900 m.
Cap 7 cm in diam., convex, margin strongly incurved and waved, gray to dark gray but margin olivaceous yellowish, dry or slightly viscid when moist; lamellae adnexed to sinuate, cream to whitish, 6 mm in height; stipe 5-8 X 2-3 cm, subcylindrical cream to yellowish, glabrous; context white, unchanging; odor indistinct; taste mild.
Zhu-Liang YANG
5472 4 August 2009

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