Collected at the 6th annual Kelley Point Mycoblitz on April 30th, 2017.

The habitat is low elevation, bordered by the Columbia and Willamette rivers. The area is dominated by black cottonwood/Populus trichocarpa.

Identifiers present were Leah Bendlin, Dick Bishop, Sallie Tucker Jones and Josh Grefe.

Note from Sallie Tucker Jones: “The pair of Coprinellus I took home look most like C. domesticus, which was a surprise. The flocculent material covering the caps was neither consistent with typical micaceus nor flocculosus. Fortunately, the specimens were collected with the intact base which showed a few tell-tale orange-brown fibrils, part of the ozonium, or mat of orange-brown fibrils that forms at the base of C. domesticus fbs. To tighen it up bit more, the spore size was too small for C. flocculosus, spores were thicker-walled than micaceus.”

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