Observation 199654: Fungi Bartl.
When: 2015-01-31
No herbarium specimen

Notes: At first I just knew this as the neon yellow leaf I collected – maybe spraypaint, maybe a slime mold, who knows… Finally stuck a bit of scraping under the scope…

This turned out to be even more surprising than either of those, its bright yellow spores.

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Yes – Q. agrifolia leaf
By: Kevin Lentz (Subverted)
2015-02-24 23:42:23 EST (-0500)

This is a coast live oak leaf and I did find it near a number of dead branches.

The spores look pretty similar to these ones image 313847 on the only I. andersonii observation 129646.

Any suggestions on how to locate a fruitbody to confirm it is that other than looking for the bright yellow spores?

Reminds me
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2015-02-24 19:11:17 EST (-0500)

of the spores of Inonotus andersonii, which form bright yellow carpets near the fruitbodies, which grow on dead oak logs

On oak?
By: Byrain
2015-02-24 17:22:11 EST (-0500)
No problem!
By: Kevin Lentz (Subverted)
2015-02-23 21:39:42 EST (-0500)

I had uploaded a huge resolution photo of the leaf to start anyway so I just replaced both the images. Seems to all be working now.

May have interrupted your upload…
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2015-02-23 21:36:58 EST (-0500)

I just rolled out a quick security patch and I need to restart the system, so that may have interrupted your image upload. Apologies for any inconvenience.

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