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Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae]

Observed: 10th May 2013 By: Bogey the FungusmanBogey the Fungusman’s reputation in Fungi and LichensBogey the Fungusman’s reputation in Fungi and LichensBogey the Fungusman’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae] Forest Farm 10-05-13 IMG_1652
Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae] Forest Farm 10-05-13 IMG_1655
Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae] Forest Farm 10-05-13 IMG_1656
Description:

A White, slimy fungus giving the appearance of glazed porcelain, hence the name. Common on Beech, as this was, but more frequent in the autumn.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.