Observation 207293: Cyathus sect. Eucyathus
When: 2015-06-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Very tiny mushrooms found on one of the many legs of a huge Ficus. Clustered on the tree and surrounded by many dead leaves. It was found by accident while trying to get pictures of a Resplendent Quetzal perched just above the site.

Species Lists


Cyathus sect. Eucyathus at Ficus Trails
Cyathus sect. Eucyathus at Ficus Trails
Cyathus sect. Eucyathus at Ficus Trails
Cyathus sect. Eucyathus11.jpg

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Used references: Costa Rica Mushrooms by Milagro Mata
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By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-06-24 01:22:37 PDT (-0700)

there are many striate Cyathus spp. present in temperate and particularly tropical habitats. Their identification is complicated, dependent on both macro- and micromorphological details. See the accompanying species list for more information.

By: Dulce (Green Paradise Ecological Preserve)
2015-06-23 20:49:07 PDT (-0700)

I just checked the pictures for both Cyathus striatus and Eucyathus they are so similar they look the same to me. Of course I figured that the one I found on the INBIO was the right one but now I am doubting myself.

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