Notes: Left with Tom Bruns at last nights BAMS meeting for his Mycology class. This is only the second time that I have found it, although it is purportedly common. It is almost impossible to see when it lacks the caps (it produces asexual spores on the side branches), unless you are already on the ground right next to them. Found in conifer litter.
Best of Show for my Mendocino collections.
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