When: 2007-02-03

Collection location: Forestville, California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Darvin DeShazer (darv)

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G. glabrum?
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2009-03-04 20:16:10 CST (-0600)

Why not G. glabrum? Mains says it occurs in the west.

G. umbratile is supposed to have apically curved paraphyses “like a hockey stick” according to Irene Ridge of the Northwest Fungus Group : http://fungus.org.uk/nwfg/earth-tongues.htm

Assuming that the paraphyses do not form a continuous, gelatinous layer on the “stipe”, I’d say this keys out to G. glabrum.

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