Observation 301722: Nidularia deformis (Willd.) Fr.

When: 2017-12-06

Collection location: Plymouth State University campus, Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA [Click for map]

43.7624° -71.6899° 169m

Who: mat1037

No specimen available

Notes:
Was growing in a mulch pile, had been wet and warm throughout the day.

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Photo deleted (split obsie)
By: Thomas Stoughton (Tstou10)
2017-12-14 09:00:37 MST (-0700)

It looks like Cully deleted the first photo (including the Crucibulum) and created a separate obsie with it, since we’ve had recent snows.

Nidularia, you say, John? Thanks for your comments!

Cool! Revisit may be warranted…
By: Thomas Stoughton (Tstou10)
2017-12-08 07:49:59 MST (-0700)

Looks like the obsie is recent and from campus, so maybe Cully can go back and resubmit two separate observations.
:)

Yes, birdsnests.
By: John Steinke (John Steinke)
2017-12-08 07:45:02 MST (-0700)

The first image has some specimens of Crucibulum laeve, the rest being Nidularia deformis. I have seen this combination before, on a rotting pile of red pine branches.

That last image…
By: Thomas Stoughton (Tstou10)
2017-12-08 06:24:04 MST (-0700)

… is an agaric of some kind. If you remove that image I think the rest are Bird’s nest.

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