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was fruiting on wood. Martin correctly pointed out that there were a lot of little sticks in and on the substrate but my Notes in the observation say “ground-fruiting coral” so if it was attached to wood, I did not notice it.
I did not collect a specimen (the photos were taken before I joined MO).
I was out at the site where the photos were taken last weekend looking around, but the hyphae were hiding.
can you confirm, unequivocally, that this was growing on wood and only wood? it looks debatable from the first photo.
do you still have this? can you scope it? there are a handful of possibilities which I (another rank amateur) might have a sliver of luck differentiating between with microcharacters in hand.
It looks to me like both in the first picture can be generally appraised as growing on wood. If not accepted as visibly connected, the fodder is very rich in little sticks. Why don’t you propose this name for your find, provisionally of course.
much in common with Lentaria, particularly this one:
I do not know if it was growing from wood or not.
a volcano on the China – North Korea border. That’s N. Korea on the other side of the crater lake. I’ll see if I have any China mushroom photos from last summer worthy of the Fungal Kings.
So… what is the coral? It was fruiting during an enormous outbreak of Ramaria, Clavaria and other corals.
similar to the thought I had about the two profile pictures here! You and Penny have seemed to crop each individual at what appears to be a summit of some sort.
on the right, is what I (rank amateur) would call telephoriod. But they are brown, not white. The one on the left is just kooky. I don’t remember seeing something like that before. You could always crop the photo to be a closeup of each individual. It might read better when you post it on MO and the fungal kings will weigh in.
I am on the west coast just south of Mendocino. That is the arm of my high school biology teacher who came on a foray with me.
unusual? The skinny branches compared with other corals? I’ll look and see if I have other images of this type.
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