Notes: These mushrooms were growing out of some old rope that had been discarded in the woods between Broken Bit Road and Kewin Mill Rd. It had recently snowed, but the temperature was not below freezing.
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She confirms Tubaria, but said it didn’t have enough of an annulus to call it confragosa.
and left the rest with Tom Bruns. Hopefully we’ll figure it out someday.
although you really can’t tell to species just by looking.
but definitely not Tubaria confragosa. T. furfuracea – maybe.
I took the mushrooms to Tom Bruns on the UC Berkeley campus. He said that due to these having an annulus, they were probably Tubaria confragosa.
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