Collection location: Mill Valley, Marin Co., California, USA [Click for map]
I do not know what these little mushrooms might be.
Growing around and on a very well decayed piece of wood.
1-2 cm tall.
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My previous comment is meant for Christian. He mentioned a handbook but didn’t post a link.
I don’t understand your request or question.
Are you asking for a link to the book we are referring to? If you type “Botanical Latin” into google, the page for it on amazon is the first result..
Paul, it is called Botanical Latin. You can get books on it, and I think there are sometimes classes, but I haven’t looked into it.
I found this page though it is hardly exhaustive.
There are probably some good sites out there, I just haven’t really looked.
EDIT: Oops, Christian beat me to it.
I heard, I think it was Debbie or maybe Dimitar, mention the book titled “Botanical Latin” at the meeting, though I was not aware that there was actually a book with that exact title.
it also seems to be more common than usual this year. or maybe there are just more and better IDers collecting!
“Cybe” technically translates to “head”, but “head” is usually used to refer to the mushroom cap.
Is there a particular meaning to e.g. “ocybe”?