Notes: Photos 1 and 2 show relatively large dessicated fruit bodies of which there were 4 or 5 at the base of an old hardwood. Partly due to drying, the diameter of the ‘branches’ is quite small, the branches are relatively dense, and the overall size (about 4" high) seems consistent with R. stricta. At the same time the ‘wild and wooly’ appearance does not seem consistent with R. stricta. The branches are not really dense enough and many are reaching in all directions instead of straight up as is typical of a more common form. One fresh fb was seen about 5’ high on the same tree. Branching on it (photo 3) is not inconsistent with R. stricta.
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Created: 2014-01-15 02:49:52 CET (+0100)
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