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Even though I’ve never heard of that species, the photo from Kamchatka, Russia, does appear to match. And the Kamchatka Peninsula is not that far away from Oregon. So I would think at least possible if not definitive.
I don’t agree that the other 2 photos are of the same species or genera. Sorry.
First photo appears to have no cup-shaped fruiting bodies, and looks to my eye more like Tremella. Bottom 2 photos both have cup-like fruiting bodies. I do not recognize Craterocolla cerasi, so will need to do some research on it.
Created: 2011-04-03 01:17:13 EDT (-0400)
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