Notes: Code: Bot_578/2011_DSC1452
Habitat: Soča river shore, a man made cut in the mixed forest made after a windbreak, south oriented slope, calcareous ground (conglomerate), humid air but sunny and warm place, exposed to direct rain, average precipitations ~ 3.000 mm/year, average temperature 8-10 deg C, elevation 400 m (1.300 feet), alpine phytogeographical region.
Substratum: Downed Picea abies stump in its initial stage of disintegration.
Place: Bovec basin, right bank of river Soča near Jablenca settlement, East Julian Alps, Posočje, Slovenia EC
Comments: Growing in groups on many Picea abies stumps in the vicinity, many species; pileus diameter up to 5 cm (2 inch). Cups zonate from red-brown (oac637), to brown, blackish, with orange-brown (oac761) to yellowish (oac810) edge, ‘gils’ yellowish-brown (oac755), flesh brown (oac740); trama about 2 mm thick and ‘gils’ layer up to 3 mm. SP white.
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Thank you Tim. There were so many beautifully developed pilei on almost every Picea abies stump. Seems that windbreak and following cleaning up of the region by foresters temporally created very good conditions for this species (large number of stumps of equal age).
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