Notes: Found in the Tullis backyard.
Growing on a dead stem of rush (Juncus), stem 2 mm thick.
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Richard Tullis, with whom I was mushrooming yesterday, transplanted several clumps of native rush in his backyard. They had sheaves of dead moist stems; on one (and only one) of the stems there was a series of M. limosus, spread along the length of 25 cm. It was impossible to take a decent photo in situ, so I removed the stem and put in on a big green leaf of another plant that was growing right there.
What is the stratum. At first I thought it was a liverwort, but it looks more like a dried sedge or cottongrass.
Danny, thank you for the company in two exciting minifungi hunts and for walking me through Lightroom!
doing the minifungi justice, one image at a time. thank you Сава!
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