Notes: Growing near the base of a tanoak near a small creek. Other primary tree species were Douglas-fir and madrone.
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still, even w/out perfect color representation, this is obviously a very special mushroom.
makes those orange Chrysomphalinas seem so boring …
It was actually blue, my stupid camera couldn’t get the white balance right.
unmistakeable when it is purely green like you show here.
might want to offer your photo to Ian Gibson for Matchmaker!
Created: 2015-11-25 02:33:55 CST (-0500)
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