Observation 171934: Lactocollybia Singer
When: 2014-07-29

Notes: growing directly off of pine bark.
tastes a little like lettuce.
not sturdy.

reminiscent of obs 162027, on Eucalyptus bark, in an adjacent city,
& obs 64232, on shed stems, in another adjacent city, being called Ossicaulis.
& obs 82683 / obs 118642, on bark, in Portugal, also being called Ossicaulis.

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Argh
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2014-08-01 05:58:16 JST (+0900)

These things drive me crazy. I used to find them all the time (or something very like them) on dark, sheltered Cypress and Arborvitae bark and humus in urban areas quite often when I lived in San Diego. Never did figure them out.

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