Collection location: Roberts Property, Cumberland Co., Tennessee, USA [Click for map]
7cm long, 2 to 5 mm wide
in the small piece of the host that was recovered, it was difficult to confirm the host’s identity, but it could be a spider
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All is clear. Glad we Newmans got it sorted.
Yes, you did Danny, on the Cordyceps FB page. Jamie Newman (no relation I assume) was at the workshop where it was found and had tentatively ID’d it before I posted it there, but I was unsure if it was found in N. America —until she later informed me that she had spotted it in the Mushrooms of SE US book. Anyway, the two Newmans helped put a name on a mushroom that I was unfamiliar with -thanks much!
and I recognized it by sight, not with that book.
nice to see it uploaded here :) a rare find.