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Thanks for your comment!! I cannot imagine you having trouble with anything. I saw this a couple of years ago in Colorado and just took a guess that it was the same species. How’s that for scientific reasoning!! Both Northern Arizona and Northern New Mexico are such wonderful places to visit. I found fungi “heaven” at the Santa Fe Ski Basin area. It was “awesome”. And that’s a word I never use.
Especially forms like this that are predominately crustose. But this definitely has the typical lobe tips that are coming free of the substrate.
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