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I didn’t realize you wanted that degree of specificity. I did not record the gps coordinates. I can attempt to give you directions. Begin at the western hussong trail head and walk 150-300 feet down the trail. There will be a small clearing to your left, east of the trail, composed of young birch, cypress and pine with several windfelled birch. Climb over the largest fallen tree and somewhere in a 25’ radius you will find a birch trunk that is covered in fruitbodies. The log is probably 25-75’’ from the trail. There were several limbs covered in G. marginata nearby, a small flush of F. velutipes and several small flushes of Bisporella.
I see on the map the general outline of Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. Just not an exact location. I am familiar with the layout of Bay Beach.
I’m new to the site and don’t see a gps location in your description. Is there one?
I did collect this. The observation is labeled with the location.
The whole log was covered in specimens that would have satisfied your expectations. I photographed this very mature fruiting body because it represents a stage of maturity that rarely gets photographed.
I am curious if you collected this one and if not where you saw it. It would be a lifer for me.
Chlorociboria is small, stalked, disk-like and clustered. It stains the substrate (wood) blue-green. This appears to be solitary, erect, more fluroescent green than blue-green.
Appears erect, flattened, and lichen-like.
Created: 2013-11-05 16:56:47 PST (-0800)
Last modified: 2013-11-07 17:51:07 PST (-0800)
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