Notes: Unusual to have the Crepidotus host visible.
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Hahaha, cool! Four fungi, two parasites! Nice find.
…so I guess usually the whole Crepidotus is encased in the Necrtiopsis and plastered against the substrate? I remember this as Hypomyces but I guess I’m not up to speed on the shakeout in the Hypocreales…can anybody point me to the difference between Nectriopsis and Hypomyces?
in the bottom two photos.
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