Collector(s): Valera Washburn
Determiner: Steve Trudell
Original Determination: Gloeophyllum odoratum
Substrate: Wood, dead
Other Habitat & Locality Notes: on log end; trail above camp near #5 post
Other Specimen Notes:
Gloeophyllum odoratum (Wulfen) Imazeki on MyCoPortal
Gloeophyllum odoratum on MycoBank
Preferred Name: Osmoporus odoratus (Wulfen) Singer
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Glad to see that you are stepping up and doing the work. Even bad years give us good information!
Yes, it is a fun foray. Considering the season that we have had here in CA, we really do feel your pain! ;)
BTW, can you eat this one?
Somebody had to say it! ;)
I posted this and have been trying to post all the pictures from the 2014 OMS Spring Mycocamp. About 110 left to go.
Not a great foray in terms of numbers and variety of mushrooms. Perhaps we were a couple of weeks early. In general, 2014 has not been a great mushroom Spring in Oregon and Washington.
But we all had a great time. And — in what may be a first — none of the identifiers hear anyone ask: “Is it edible?”
How was your spring foray this year? Delightful area. David and I had the pleasure of being invited to this foray a few years ago. Beautiful country, and lots of interesting fungi, including morels right outside of our cabin!
We were just at Asilomar, CA (Monterey Bay) yesterday, talking to some folks who live in the Sisters area. Small world! ;)
Created: 2014-06-01 10:44:36 PDT (-0700)
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