Notes:
Immature specimen-Fruiting directly beneath Western red cedar and young Douglas firs(note Doug fir cones for scale). White, gelatinous and distinctly pointed branch tips that contrast greatly against the denser, yellow/brown “skeletal” stem bases. Collected a single cluster of fused fruiting bodies and dried for home herbarium(coinciding with this observation).

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In left hand for scale and color in/outside of canopy.
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In left hand for scale and color in/outside of canopy.
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Separated/drying next to penny for scale. Voucher available for further study.
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Separated/drying next to penny for scale. Voucher available for further study.
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Separated/drying next to penny for scale. Voucher available for further study.

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Recognized by sight: Lentaria pinicola.

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