Notes: Growing on the ground in clusters.
Spores ~ 8.0-9.9 X 5.1-6.2 microns and roughened.
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It is helpful. Lots of features I really can’t speak to. I don’t have Lorelei’s vocabulary in mycology.
if you haven’t already seen it, you can decide if it’s worth buying! Heck, Xmas is comin’…
I think that it is amazingly useful.
along with a mixed bag of Madrone and Doug fir.
There were several large clusters of them appearing to grow on misc. debris alongside a wide well-maintained trail.
Leaves nearby look like tanoak.
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