Green Granny's picture

Very small fungi growing on log

Observed: 24th May 2011 By: Green Granny
Very small fungi.
Same group from below
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Description:

White specks are sawdust from the chainsaw. Logs were in a damp, sheltered part of the garden, but have been covered with snow untio about a week ago.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Martincito's picture

About how much did they

About how much did they measure across the caps?

Green Granny's picture

very small fungi

Less than 1 cm.
I taken another pic with tape measure compasison. Will add it to others.

Fenwickfield's picture

wood

also what type of wood was it.

Fenwickfield

Green Granny's picture

Very snall fungi

The wood was English field maple

Martincito's picture

There is a pic of M ramealis

There is a pic of M ramealis in EOL that looks rather like these here: http://eol.org/data_objects/8753741...

Martincito's picture

.. and

miked's picture

This does not look like a

This does not look like a Marasmiellus to me but I can't think what else it might be. Shame it was a long time ago (May 2011) as it would have been good to keep an eye on the development to see if it gets a lot bigger.

Fungorum's picture

Flammulina velutipes

Flammulina velutipes