Found on several leaves in one place at Tualatin Hills Nature Park.
No idea what these are. They are tough and filled with a gelatinous stretchable mass. Bean/kidney shape with a chord attached in the middle.
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… you find all kinds of small things. :)
Thanks, Debbie. I still need to learn about Typhula and [S/s]clerotia.
Do Typhula sp. start out as Endophytic Fungi, then produce sclerotium and fruit from the leaves once they are dropped?
Oh no, now I’m gonna have to start turning over leaves in the woods, too!
Thanks for your help!
Created: 2012-01-04 00:48:25 PST (-0800)
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