Notes: should be something near Sebacina epigaea although macroscopically it doesn’t fit.
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especially S. incrustans. But there is no recent monography on that. There are many undescribed species I am quite sure. It is a hell of a mess like with so many other genera within this group of fungi. But it is getting better of late.
And it still feels all rubbery and jelly like?
but you can also find them on wood like crusts. In fact, quite often too.
But the main is soil, roots, grass.
Isn’t Sebacina a terrestial jelly, not a crust?
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