Collection location: North Fork Rd., near Cherryville, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]
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probably also when through several frosts…
Would have called it Discina repandum. Edible. This specimen looks a little old for eating to my way of thinking. Or, it could be a different species.
Do you have any idea of what kind of wood (conifer or hardwood) and the size of the spores, and length of the appendages on them?
Created: 2010-05-25 04:06:50 CST (+0800)
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