When: 2006-11-12

Collection location: Novato, Marin Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: John Kirkpatrick (natashadak)

No specimen available

I’ve seen this regularly in chipped wood. The cap often has white “stitching” around the parimeter. Spores are cinamon brown. A crushed cap does not have a particularly offensive odor (to my nose, anyway).


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Typo: ‘furfurnacea’ should be ‘furfuracea’
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2006-11-15 06:09:21 CET (+0100)
I agree with Darvin. Nice shots!
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2006-11-14 04:40:15 CET (+0100)
Tubaria furfuracea
By: Darvin DeShazer (darv)
2006-11-14 03:57:44 CET (+0100)

It looks like Tubaria furfuracea. You can compare it to the description at MykoWeb. At the very bottom, be sure to look at the second photo by Fred Stevens.

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