Observation 195114: Craterellus atrocinereus D. Arora & J.L. Frank
When: 2014-12-28

Notes: Found in tan oak habitat.
smells like Craterellus but smells much stronger than Craterellus, must be from the extra surface area.
very fragile
appearance is like Black Trumpets and Chantrelles rolled into one

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Recognized by sight: ridged veins anastomosing, grayish colors, growth with tanoak, fragile flesh

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MO to Slow
By: Justin Pierce (Mycopath)
2014-12-29 18:03:39 EST (-0500)

was trying to correct this ID before anyone saw it. But MO be to SLOW, MO-lasses in January!

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