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Brynna Woods fungi 3oct2013 001

Observed: 3rd October 2013 By: marksteermarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Brynna Woods fungi 3oct2013 001
Brynna Woods fungi 3oct2013 002
Description:

On log willow? Hazel? about 20 specimens.
Conical skin off white looks smooth but slightly rough to touch - many small protrusions. 2.5cm tall 2.5cm wide.
Stipe 3cm x 9mm at centre, slightly bulbous to base with small brown spots.
Section uniformly white.
Slight mushroom smell

Identifications

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Species interactions

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Comments

ben rigsby's picture

hi Mark, can confirm this

hi Mark, can confirm this species grows on logs.
found it on such substrates myself. Phillips states "Habitat in groups...on rotten logs or stumps, often appearing to grow in soil but in reality attached to buried wood by the characteristic white mycelial cords"