When: 2015-06-29

Collection location: 154 Morgan St., Oberlin, Ohio, USA [Click for map]

Who: peterichards

No specimen available

Notes:
This one may require a specialist. The “caps” are about 1mm across. It has a “stem” but does not have gills. It’s growing on bark chips from a Chinese Elm that was taken down and chipped up about May 15. It’s been raining here almost ever since.

I discovered this while studying images of Lycogala epidendron growing in the same location.

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Thanks, Danny
By: peterichards
2015-06-29 19:50:30 CDT (-0400)

Thanks, Danny, I sort of thought about a slime mold, but without much experience to back it up. I respect your opinion, and I recall you have weighed in about other strange fungi that I have submitted. Great! Thanks again!

looks like
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-06-29 19:33:17 CDT (-0400)

a species of Didymium, a slime mold.