When: 2012-04-28

Collection location: Thurston Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]

Who: Excited delirium [EXD]▼ (Excited delirium [EXD]▼)

No specimen available

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600x in soap water. This species is a HEAVY spore depositor!
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900x

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Photo of leaf and immature cones
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2012-05-04 07:23:29 CST (+0800)

http://www.google.com/...

If still living, the bark is off-white and striking in the forest. After tree death, the bark starts degrading, loosing foliage and becomes progressively more brown. Bark usually gone within 2-5 years after tree death.

Not sure
By: Excited delirium [EXD]▼ (Excited delirium [EXD]▼)
2012-05-04 04:03:36 CST (+0800)

I’m not very good at identifying trees yet. If I can get a photo of a leaf from it or a zoom-in on the bark would that allow someone to id it properly?

Red alder?
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2012-05-04 00:54:51 CST (+0800)

Is that what these are growing on? Looks like a delicious fruiting!

Thanks!
By: Excited delirium [EXD]▼ (Excited delirium [EXD]▼)
2012-04-29 11:42:28 CST (+0800)

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beautiful.
By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2012-04-29 11:33:01 CST (+0800)