Observation 46196: Barssia oregonensis Gilkey
When: 2010-06-01
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SPOROCARP: about 1 inch diameter (2.5 cm), minutely warted; PERIDIUM: light tan to yellowish-brown, some pink highlights, with apical pore leading into the gleba; GLEBA: complex, labyrinthine, brain-like, still with centralized chamber not yet filled, indicating sporocarp not at maturity; white venae internae,with some flesh-colored areas near peridium. A very common mycorrhizal fungi associated with Douglas-fir. Last photo is a large animal excavation under an adjacent Willamette Valley Ponderosa pine. Most animal excavations are much small than this, which was about 3 inches across the hole and nearly 3 inches deep. I’d guess this is from a squirrel, which may have been excavating a larger truffle, perhaps a large Geopora cooperi.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:59:45 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Creswell, Lane County, Oregon’ to ‘Creswell, Oregon, USA

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Recognized by sight: Apical pore present, interior becoming filled in maturity, association with Douglas-fir.

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Created: 2010-06-02 15:24:35 PDT (-0700)
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