Collection location: Southeast Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]
The fragrant lilac-like aroma is hard to miss, in my area usually fruiting near Quercus palustra, which is not a native tree species.
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Host is Eastern red oak, a fairly common introduced species in my area, and being propogated b y an introduced squirrel which also is not native. We are getting a lot of new fungal species as well, coming in with nursery stock
What is this one, its a new one on me, smells like lilac? What trees does it grow with did you say?
I’m pretty sure it isn’t Collybia anymore, I wonder if this one went to Gymnopus or Rhodocollyibia…
Created: 2008-10-06 13:43:18 ADT (-0300)
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