Observation 168800: Fungi Bartl.
When: 2014-06-30
( 1600m)
No herbarium specimen

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Used references: Base on MO 168970, which shows interior.

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In New Zealand
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-07-04 00:18:10 BST (+0100)

birds are often the vector for spreading fungi.

Well, I tried,
By: Hans W. Dahners (Atlides)
2014-07-03 23:48:47 BST (+0100)

but didn´t get to first base. Three days had past and the mushroom had vanished. The same holds for the specimen in observation 168801, which was made on the same trunk. Possibly a pheasant-like bird (Ortalis motmot columbiana), which is rather abundant at my place, has those mushrooms on his diet.
But I found a small specimen of 168800 on the same spot and cut it open. See observation 168970.

I´ll try
By: Hans W. Dahners (Atlides)
2014-07-01 21:32:31 BST (+0100)

to relocate it and slice it.

Bumpy surface
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-07-01 19:15:19 BST (+0100)

could be warts. Could also be something else, Atlides. Really need to see the interior. Some things similar to this from Australia proved to be truffles. Some grow up to 50 meters up on the side of trees.

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