Found on a mossy rocky hillside where water was trickling down, and down drainages where water was again slowly trickling.
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A. nabsnona likes alder a lot (along with bigleaf maple) so I’m pretty sure that’s what it is.
the featured photo is of a cluster of 3 (1 missing) growing from a rock!
the rest were all found in soil underneath alder (hardwood) trees.
it could be possible they were colonizing the roots of the tree.
This looks like A. nabsnona to me. color fits. maybe a little more clustered than normal. if it was on hardwood, then I’m sure about it.
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