Notes:
Original Herbarium Label: Phaeomarasmius rimulincola (Rabenh.) P.D. Orton
Growing in fissures of bark of Quercus garryana live trees

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Images

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Note the distant and broad gills and – in some cases – an eccentric stipe
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Note the dense cover of encrusted hyphae on the deeply sulcate cap
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Cheilocystidia and spores
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Basidia and spores
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Pileipellis hyphae, coarsely encrusted and brown-pigmented
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another lovely documentation…
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2012-02-07 18:10:51 GMT (+0000)

of a very interesting fungus.

thanks again for your beautiful illustrations, Oluna. They sure beat a not so focused micrograph (like most of those posted here) with a stick!

an associate of living deciduous oak, apparently.

has it been looked for at other Sierra black oak locations, like in Yosemite Valley?

also common in the Sierra Nevada foothills on oaks
By: else
2012-02-07 18:02:03 GMT (+0000)

nice to see this! this species can be found during wet autumns on the oaks (Q. kellogii), and tanbark oak (Notholithocarpus densiflora) of the Sierra foothills near Nevada City/Grass Valley in California.