Observation 3273: Strobilurus diminutivus Desjardin
When: 2007-05-05
No herbarium specimen

Notes: These are sugar pine cones, the real big ones, and a few of the good scales chosen for the tiny mushrooms. These are fairly common, but I believe only discovered about seven years ago. Before then no one really tried to look. The caps are -very- small, a 2-3 mm cap is a large one. Under a glass you can see they have gills under those tiny, tiny caps.

These just go to show, you have to keep looking, you never know where you might find a mushroom.

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Created: 2007-05-11 06:07:07 CEST (+0200)
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