Collection location: University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Co., California, USA [Click for map]
A little Pluteus.
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I collected them. This collection is from 3 different spots, but the wood was not identifiable. If I had to guess based on looking around at my options, I would say they were pretty certainly fruiting from well decayed Lithocarpus densifolia, since the only other tree I saw around in the areas was Sequoia sempervirens, and the wood (mostly well rotted stumps) was too small and irregular shaped to be that.
I don’t know what it was growing on because I didn’t collect them. Maybe Christian knows.
I think are the same as obs. 15253 that I saw over in Los Trancos Open Space in Palo Alto. I never got a name on these, if you get close to species here, let me know…
Created: 2010-01-10 22:51:32 PST (-0800)
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