Observation 58094: Peltigera neopolydactyla (Gyeln.) Gyeln.

When: 2010-11-05

Collection location: Felton, California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Shane Marsh (Mushane)

No specimen available

Notes:
had folds on the underside almost like gills, reminded me alot of the folds on a chanterelle

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Eye3
Recognized by sight
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Eyes3
Recognized by sight: Based on broad indistinct veins and dark slender rhizines — P. polydactylon is similar, but I wouldn’t expect it on wet mossy rotten logs like this, also it should be thicker and have less well-developed rhizines in my experience. More typical neopolydactyla — especially in such ideal habitat — would be much broader and undulating, but alas, it is highly variable with respect to size.

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