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“Upshur Co Sighting”: http://mushroomobserver.org/207383?q=2al5h
Perhaps that is it, all the water.
I can’t really comment on the quantity of spring mushrooms. This is the first spring – early summer that I have looked for them. So I am learning. I was surprised yesterday in Upshur Co – the wooded hills that I thought would be loaded with interesting varieties had very little. The small park next to the lake had a good quantity of canterelle and numerous species. I am not a good judge of where they will occur yet. I suspect it takes years of looking!
of what you describe. Maybe the mycelium gone wild?
It was also a little disappointing in that the variety and quantity of mushrooms in the area seemed relatively low, especially in light of the fact that there was water everywhere….too much I suspect.
I was just about to upload a very similar observation but from Upshur County, TX. I’ve looked through every web source I can find and I don’t see any Marasmiellus candidus that show this white covering on the twigs and logs. I saw logs and twigs coated with it all along my walk yesterday and most had the Marasmiellus candidus looking mushrooms.
I’ve Marasmiellus candidus before in this area and I did not see the white coatings on everything. I guess it could be all the unusual rains throughout east Texas this spring.
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