Observation 171883: Tilachlidium Preuss

from deep in the moist “cave” formed by the base of a half-burnt redwood tree. very very delicate.

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By: Connor Adams (CLAdams)
2014-11-17 15:13:35 MST (-0700)

I found (188782) at the rest stop north of Trinidad on the East side of the freeway, I’ll try to make it there before the fair but if I don’t someone should. I have found fungus on a fungus like this in the vicinity a couple times.

Any suggestions for alternatives?
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2014-11-17 13:57:52 MST (-0700)

I’m totally unfamiliar with fungi (or plants???) that look like this, but the images on MO and on google (searches inspired by Christian Schwarz’s recent suggestion on obs 188782) look so strikingly similar that I feel like it deserves a “promising” vote… or at least, some weight that gives this obs that title (because titles don’t mean a LOT here).

There’s a Humboldt fungus fair coming up! People should scour the land for this!!!

By: Jonathan M
2014-11-17 06:11:44 MST (-0700)

if there are rotten mushrooms there, it might be Tilachlidium, but it look a bit weird to me, and it is probably something else if there are no rotten mushroom under them

collection indeed
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2014-10-16 18:35:01 MST (-0700)

Herbarium specimens noted at the top of observations ;) I’ll microscope it or send it to someone… Eventually……

By: Connor Adams (CLAdams)
2014-10-16 18:15:41 MST (-0700)

The fact that it is very delicate and seems to be pointing upwards seems to indicate it not being a plant. Very interesting though, did you make a collection? Microscopy seems in order.

By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2014-08-01 00:25:28 MST (-0700)

Can you scope it?

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