Notes: Identified by sight and taste :-)! Growing in mixed fir and tan oak. I’m used to seeing it more with mossy logs and such, but I think there’s been so much rain this year that it’s fruiting in areas that don’t retain as much water as well. I was alternating between runs of these, runs of Craterellus cornucopioides and Hydnum umbilicatum. I also saw a pretty good diversity of other stuff. It was a good day!
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