Collection location: Richmond foothills, Nelson, New Zealand [Click for map]
Growing underneath Cupressus macrocarpa. About 2cm across and as usual, only partially exposed. Note two small holes in upper surface….. presumably made by birds or maybe small insects. I have seen holes like this in nearly all specimens I have observed.
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||3.67||1||(Phungus)|
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I have been to that part of Nelson.
Bet you haven’t been to Gyre Woodlad in Orphir, Orkney UK!
Well I live near there and I revisited an old friend today Paurocotylis pila. I first recorded it here in 2007.
I have a picture but can’t upload it here.
You can see it here
Created: 2010-08-17 20:51:51 MST (-0700)
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