Notes: On ground, in a mixed forest. Two large groups, over 30 cups total.
Cups up to 5 cm across.
Spores smooth, 19-20 × 9-9.5. Paraphyses 3 microns wide, their round tips 6 microns.
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Where I read about it, it was only known from Washington, Olympic :-)
From http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/pubs/pnw_gtr476.pdf, published in 1999:
Distribution: Endemic to Oregon and Washington. Known from five sites within the range of the northern spotted
owl: OREGON, Lincoln Co., Siuslaw National Forest, Drift Creek Wilderness; Marion Co., Silver Falls State Park;
WASHINGTON, Clallam Co., Olympic National Park, east of Forks; Olympic National Park, Rugged Ridge trail;
Grays Harbor Co., Olympic National Forest, Quinault rainforest trail. Not known from California.
The first obs in Oregon?
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