Observation 118790: Gymnopilus punctifolius (Peck) Singer
When: 2012-10-27
Herbarium specimen reported

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staining only occurs with age.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2014-02-08 12:26:57 EST (-0500)

even the second photo that Christian took of the same specimen with its cut stipe didn’t show much if any of the blue-green staining. There was a bit of purple coloration shown, though.

odd that none of the descriptions for this species discuss the strongly rooting stipe that often is seen in PNW collections. See the Ceska’s obsies and Curecats obsies on the Shroomery.

Punctifolius apparently refers to reddish dots on the gills with age.

Cool Gym.

thanks Christian.
By: Richard and Danielle Kneal (bloodworm)
2012-12-03 22:52:45 EST (-0500)

that makes it easier.
i missed that one.
do you know the habitat?

These are
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2012-12-03 22:47:19 EST (-0500)

Gymnopilus punctifolius. I saw the specimens (see observation 118834).
A few of photofoodstyle’s photos are a bit bright, which can obscure some of the identifying colors.

Substrate unknown
By: Carolyn Schirmacher (Photofoodstyle)
2012-12-03 22:05:04 EST (-0500)

I am the photographer, the mushrooms were collected by members of the Oregon Mycology Group at their Oct. Fall Foray. Sorry I am unable to reply to your questions. Carolyn Schirmacher

Gymnopilus punctifolius…
By: Richard and Danielle Kneal (bloodworm)
2012-12-03 19:35:07 EST (-0500)

w/o any bruising.
seems a bit odd, no??
what was the substrate??

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