Observation 162477: Gloeocantharellus Singer
When: 2014-03-29
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: This fungi could be and see: Gloeocantharellus Singer (162087) Found single specimen in same area as 162087. Growing in open forest floor area, (soil and leaf litter), near tree line. Fresh water creek close by, but does not flood this area.

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Daniel, Thanks for the advice on the wrong images. I have removed them and am in the process of reloading them as a new obs as it should have been in the first place. Unfortunately I am having a small problem with the MO data base in creating a new obs for those files. I have emailed Nathan. When the problem is cleared I will load those image again. Thanks for noticing the error. I should have listened to myself when the Fungi caps were showing different colours.!GGgrr Chow, kk

While first 2 photos
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-03-31 20:17:14 BST (+0100)

looks like Gloeocantharellus, the rest of your photos look like something else, perhsps Russula, Gloeocatharellus seems to have the deeply rooting stipe seen in the first 2 photos; shallow rooting or not rooting at all would seem to be something else, Ian.

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