Observation 34239: Phaeoclavulina abietina (Pers.) Giachini
When: 2010-02-26
No herbarium specimen

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62% (3)
Recognized by sight: found under redwood
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Recognized by sight: Fine branches, on redwood

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By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2010-02-27 01:52:05 COT (-0500)

Looks more like Ramaria myceliosa, which there is a lot of out there. R. myceliosa often has an olive-brown region just above an off-white base, and then the branches are tan to brown. In Ramaria abietina it will be more of an even tan-brown all over, with green (really green, not olive), stain appearing anywhere, from the base to the tips.

Where did you see the green colors here? I can’t tell enough from the photo, but it seems that the only greenish area is an olive-brown region near the base, and no green on the branches or tips.

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