Notes: Growing from the trunk of a living redwood, the duff/ground surrounding it, and from the grass along the perimeter of the redwood.
Growing on the other side of the tree of observation 73999 and in close proximity to observation 74392.
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I combined observation 74000 into this one and added more pictures from the 17th, microscopy coming later.
I’ve found this species (or something like it) a number of times, both with redwood and cypress (which are in the same family). It’s little, whitish becoming dingy beige, clitocyboid, and seems to like both the duff and the outer bark of those trees.
Places I have seen it:
Chula Vista, San Diego
La Jolla, San Diego
Moss Beach, San Mateo
Created: 2011-08-15 12:19:44 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2011-09-20 22:08:54 PDT (-0700)
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