Observation 187861: Guepinia helvelloides (DC.) Fr.
When: 2014-11-08
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Beautiful peach colored “apricot jelly,” found in moss-beneath Douglas fir and Western hemlock trees.

Elevation: 2200ft.

Temp: low 50’s.

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My wife and I each sampled bites of it raw. Unlike other jellies, the taste is very mushroomy and earthy.
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My wife and I each sampled bites of it raw. Unlike other jellies, the taste is very mushroomy and earthy.
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My wife and I each sampled bites of it raw. Unlike other jellies, the taste is very mushroomy and earthy.
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My wife and I each sampled bites of it raw. Unlike other jellies, the taste is very mushroomy and earthy.

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