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is locally common, usually in old growth forest on the undersides of large rotten Douglas-fir logs.
no. Many of the fungi on display, because of insurance concerns, are partially buried and impaled on boards with nails. This helps stabilize the display, and makes it less likely someone will attempt to pick specimens up (or worse, walk off with them). But it also makes photography of rarer species much more problematic.
do you have any more pictures of this rare, beautiful species?
also, who id’d it?
Created: 2012-10-22 10:37:01 PDT (-0700)
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