Observation 24183: Sebacinaceae K. Wells & Oberw.
When: 2009-08-10
Who: effdub
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Springy, very wet, soft flesh that feels like soft cartilage. White to slight pink color. Grows in clusters of several interconnected blooms. Found in residential yard with shade tree covering.

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tree species
By: effdub
2009-08-10 19:15:17 HST (-1000)

Not sure about the exact species of trees, but all the trees in the front yard (near where the specimens were found) are some kind of oak.

Could be a variety of coral.
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2009-08-10 18:40:38 HST (-1000)

Would be nice to know what tree species were nearby. Did you find it nearby?

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