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the mercury dime.
i am driven to pick and admire these for lack of any other Fungi….lol but of coarse i don’t know fro sure if they are Tubaria furfuracea except that there are not many other fungi around….according to David Arora they are found wen others aren’t
when one is willing to pose like this one was! Beautiful. Assuming for the moment that this is T. furfuracea (as far as I can tell, looks like a good ID), then how ironic that Arora calls it the “Totally Tedious Tubaria.” He calls the cap margin “striate when moist.” I’m wondering about the fine line between “striate” and “sulcate.”