Collection location: Norcross, Georgia, USA [Click for map]
found growing in leaf and wood debris and dirt forest floor.
several specimens were growing directly from decaying wood, wood chips or twigs, several from the dirt of the forest floor and one was growing directly out of a sweetgum gumball. all seemed to be scattered around an 11 foot area about midway down a channel of drainage between two hills and then directly beneath the leaf litter under a dead sweetgum (I think). There were lots of downed pines in the area as well.
stems are really sturdy and fiberous and come apart like string cheese if you pull at the fibers from the bottom.
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