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Gymnosoma?
EPascual
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Posted on 18-04-2019 10:24
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Hello! I know there is a problem with mediterranean gymnosoma but my keys go to gymnosoma inornatum in this case. Is it posible to confirm it? Record and photo from Julio Estela at the east of Spain, 10 April 2019. Thanks
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Posted on 19-04-2019 08:18
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No. First of all, i cannot assess the status of the frons. The black area seems large in this picture, suggesting costatum rather than inornatum. Seoncdly, that said, i cannot exclude clavatum. Thirdly, it is a mess


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EPascual
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Posted on 19-04-2019 16:45
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Ok then! Thank you
 
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