Notes: Habit: Small hardwood logs/soil interface. Early Spring fruiting in Mixed hardwood forest. Pecan,Oak,Hickory,Dogwood,etc. Pines had been removed some 15 years ago. Lots of leaf litter.
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thanks, Tom, I will be looking forward to the out come, where will I find it!
HAve a good day
Hi Johannes. Just Urnula for now, although if you get a huge quantity of Plectania we can start another new screening project.
Sorry I do not know what the chemical is. The reason we need large quantities of Urnula is to get enough of the chemical to crystallize so our chemists can use that to solve the structure. Thanks for your potential help!
do you want Plectania species too??? or just Urnula?
This Chemical thing should be interesting!!! BTW mind telling me the name of the Chemical?
Just found some very small ones today. I’ll keep an eye
out for you, Tom!
Hi Dave. Could you Please send me any Urnula that you find? We need as many as possible to extract a useful chemical. You can just air dry them and send to:
1725 State St.
University of Wisconsin- La Crosse
La Crosse WI 54601
Thanks for your help!
Hi. If anyone finds any of these we need as many specimens as possible for experiments. Please see TomVolkFungi.net for where to send them. As many or as few as you can send would be great. Thanks for your help!
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