Notes: Growing in the humus under Cedars. What appeared to be plant roots clung to this strange, knobby mushroom “root” or stipe. Could this have possibly been from a mycorrhizal relationship?
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Hey, thanks for enlightening me! This seemed like a bizarre one to me. Very interesting.
While cedar may be abundant in the area, suspect this is mycorrhizal with the spruce (twig shown in top of photo). Looks to be a polypore, with hymenium present on the edge. Could be Goat’s Foot (Albatrellus pescaprae) or similar Albatrellus species. This appears to be well-rooted, with scales on the underground portion of the stipe.
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