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By comparison they seem to have similar superficial traits and coloration. I just read that there are 56 species of Diatrype so it is a consideration. I have another observation that looks a little different that I haven’t posted yet. It’s similar but more ruddy in coloration. I’m green at this but I see something interesting and I take a picture. It’s amazing at what is out there if you only look.
I found this on a couple of downed oaks this year in different spots. I believe it is a Diatrype, but when i posted, i didnt get any bites. Here is my obvservation http://mushroomobserver.org/35187?q=2jdP.
Does this look like what you found? I know Diatrype is usually black, but i have found a species D. virescens that is green-yellow, so was thinking that maybe i just dont have the right literature.
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