Notes: Found beneath a large Douglas fir at trailside.
Temp: upper 40’s.
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Regardless of temp here, you get some of the most photogenic fungi in those prime months… I can’t wait to find a true, massive g.tsugae in your neck of the woods along with those amazing jack o lanterns and tylopilus we miss out on here.
I think this season was extraordinary for everyone this year-nation wide.
Happy holidays to you, kind sir- we have negative temps and zero fungi currently-til next season.
I want to live there! Our season just ended with the first light freeze. We will have Oysters and very small stuff, but the Boletes are gone till next May or June at the earliest.
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