Observation 35242: Sarcosoma Casp.
When: 2010-04-03
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Very abundant, growing in tight clusters at the very base of red cedars

[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:57:29 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Rock Bridge State Park, Boone Co., Missouri USA’ to ‘Rock Bridge State Park, Columbia, Missouri, USA

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Eye3
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Recognized by sight
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Used references: Arora page 830
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Eyes3
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spores
By: Anthony Zukoff (coastlander)
2010-04-06 11:33:54 EDT (-0400)

I have been drying many specimens of this fungus. Today I noticed several of them have released spores, the spores are white.

Thanks
By: Anthony Zukoff (coastlander)
2010-04-04 16:41:51 EDT (-0400)

Thanks, both shots were of specimens growing in the same condition at the base of live cedar trees. It had rained alot the day before, so they definitely weren’t dehydrated.

Two species?
By: Patrick Harvey (pg_harvey)
2010-04-04 15:25:40 EDT (-0400)

The second photo looks like Urnula craterium … first looks like something
else, perhaps Plectania sp.

Curious.
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2010-04-04 14:18:43 EDT (-0400)

My initial reaction badly dehydrated Plectania, perhaps P. nannfeltii. Flesh looks way too thin for most Plectania though. If this material is fresh and is consistently thin-fleshed, likely not Plectania.

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