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Marzo 8, 2020 12:58 PM MST

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This ascomycete cup fungus is posted on behalf of Trevor Ian Patching, who discovered it growing on the weatherbeaten, mossy ash-wood trim of his old Morris Minor "Traveller" estate wagon in the south of England. These vehicles were produced from 1953 to 1971. They were the last production wood-bodied cars in the world, powered by a 37 hp flat four and known for good handling characteristics.

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Agosto 11, 2019 04:05 PM MST

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2018 forest fire in Douglas fir and spruce. Steep north facing slope. This followed a winter with very heavy snowfall, nearly twice normal.

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Setas, Bejines Y Parientes Clase Agaricomycetes

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Junio 2, 2019 03:03 PM HST

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PILEUS: Funnel shaped cap about 6 cm diameter, whitish in the central depression and light yellow brown elsewhere on the pileipellis. Margin slightly inrolled, but could be an artifact of desiccation. No staining. Scattered tiny squama of 1-2 mm, minimally elevated, sl. darker than the rest of the cap. Context white, non-staining, thin but relatively tough and flexible.

HYMENIUM: Narrowly spaced, non-forking, decurrent light yellow-orange gills of shallow (<3mm) depth. Many lamellulae of random locations and lengths in the most peripheral 30%. Gills are resistant to tearing or detachment. No staining or bruising.

STIPE: About 5mm thick and 30mm long. Firm, resistant to tearing, flexible. Even from top to bottom except slight bulge at base. No well formed annulus or volva, but slightly shaggy at its upper 30-40%. Very light yellow color of stipitipellis at apex decreasing to off-white at base. Context completely white. No staining.

SENSORY: Relatively desiccated with little scent, but a faintly floral odor is noted. No noteworthy taste.

SPORES: Unable to assess in absence of microscopy facility. Too desiccated to throw spore print.

HABITAT: Growing from a weathered softwood log of unknown species. Tropical atoll less than 1 m above sea level. Heavy rains 2 days ago, mostly sunny and warm since.

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Soldadito Podaxis pistillaris

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Noviembre 9, 2018 08:47 AM MST

Descripción

Growing in my yard after a rainy day or two.

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Enero 28, 2019 05:40 PM AEST

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Julio 12, 2015 12:22 PM MDT

Descripción

Near Douglas fir, Ponderosa pine, quaking aspen

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Hongos Tapa de Leche Género Lactarius

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Septiembre 15, 2015

Descripción

Found on FR 148 near Willow Springs Lake.

White latex appear briskly when cut, with minimal, slow yellowing.

Bland taste with no appreciable acridity.

Off-white spore print.

Microscopic description:

7.3 [7.7; 10.1] 10.7 × 6.3 [6.7; 8.0] 8.1 µm; Q = 1.04 [1.06; 1.33] 1.38; N = 30; C = 95%; Me = 9.0 × 7.5 µm; Qe = 1.20

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Septiembre 4, 2015

Descripción

Flower pot mushroom. Specimen in possession of Kris Levario.

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Agosto 30, 2015

Descripción

The blue bruising reaction of the pores is at this link:

https://vimeo.com/137893790

The blue staining of the cut flesh can be seen here:

https://vimeo.com/137893789

No visible spore print; specimen probably too old. [CORRECTION: Spore print faintly yellow overnight.]

Spore microscopy will be performed later and this observation will be updated.

Growing under Populus tremuloides and Abies concolor.

Pores and all parts of the flesh stain blue with bruising/cutting in 15-30 seconds.

A portion of the dried specimen will be sent to David Arora for sequencing, and the remainder will be put in the Gilbertson Herbarium at the University of Arizona.

At the time of creation, this was the most westerly and southerly observation in North America on Mushroom Observer, and according to Arora, it may be the first collection west of the Mississippi River.

ADDENDUM 9-6-2015: Spore measurements were performed. Description: 7.8 [8.0; 10.3] 10.8 × 4.9 [5.1; 6.1] 6.2 µm; Q = 1.38 [1.46; 1.77] 1.90; N = 60; C = 95%; Me = 8.9 × 5.5 µm; Qe = 1.61

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Amanitas Género Amanita

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Agosto 9, 2015

Descripción

Obvious kinship to Destroying Angel.

Under Pinus ponderosa and Quercus gambelii.

No bruising, no distinctive scent; not tasted.

Spore description: 9.9 [9.9; 11.2] 11.5 × 5.5 [5.7; 6.7] 6.7 µm; Q = 1.54 [1.58; 1.89] 1.93; N = 30; C = 95%; Me = 10.5 × 6.2 µm; Qe = 1.69

4-spored basidia.

Specimen still in my possession. Have air-dried fruiting body and a fragment preserved in 95% ethanol. Will probably be sending it to Tulloss.

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Junio 19, 2015

Descripción

Found in the Porter Spring area north of FR 96 on the San Juan Fire, which burned in May/June 2014. On a slightly north-facing slope under partially burned Pinus ponderosa and Pseudotsuga menziesii, amidst moderate pine and fir needle duff.

Hairs on stipe exceeding 200µm were seen on microscopy, with brownish colored walls in KOH. Spores oval, smooth, of variable size but average 20×12 µm.

This collection and one other of the same species were made during an outing of the Arizona Mushroom Club. David Arora was a guest, and discovered and identified this collection. The first picture in the series is his, not mine.

Air-dried specimen in possession of Christopher May and available to anyone interested.

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Mayo 17, 2015

Descripción

Under Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir in an area burned in the Slide Fire of May 2014.

Description: 5.7 [5.8; 7.3] 7.3 × 4.4 [4.5; 5.5] 5.6 µm; Q = 1.19 [1.23; 1.40] 1.45; N = 30; C = 95%; Me = 6.4 × 5.0 µm; Qe = 1.30

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Julio 27, 2014

Descripción

The location, pinkish-yellow tinge, and fringed margins of the leaflets are characteristic of this recently described subspecies.

From the McIlvainea article by Peterson & Hughes: “Finally, the identification of cauliflower mushrooms is deceptively easy. Sparassis crispa seems limited to Europe, including western Russia, being replaced in eastern North America by Sparassis americana and in western North America by Sparassis americana f. arizonica in southeastern Arizona and Sparassis radicata in the Pacific Northwest. The dominant species in Asia is S. latifolia. When you find a cauliflower mushroom, reckon where you are: each geographic population seems to have a separate, acceptable name. Use it.”

Unfortunately I had not yet read the Hughes/Petersen articles, and we ate this specimen the same day, before we thought to make a spore print or save a herbarium specimen. I’ll return this summer in hopes of finding more.

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Marzo 22, 2015

Descripción

Growing under Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica). This was well into wild country in the Coconino National Forest, with no man-made landscape mulch or bark chips in the vicinity.

No visible spore print in 24 hours.

I have kept a small air-dried fragment if anyone wishes to have it for a microscopy or DNA study.

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Enero 18, 2015

Descripción

Found growing on downed deciduous logs, mostly Populus fremontii, about a week after heavy rain. Some of these specimens seemed quite soft and fresh. Upper surface shows fine hairs on close examination.

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Agosto 27, 2014

Descripción

Found beside Forest Road 308 in a thicket of Pinus ponderosa saplings.

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Amanitas Género Amanita

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Septiembre 13, 2014

Descripción

Under ponderosa pine. Unusual bronze to golden color. Most of our grisettes around here are truly grey.


Very likely A. nishidae nom. prov. (Tulloss), or something close.

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Agosto 27, 2014

Descripción

Growing on the ground under Ponderosa pine and Gambel’s oak.

Rapidly blue-staining pores and flesh when bruised or cut, slowly fading to tan over about 15 minutes.

Disgustingly bitter taste.

I saved a longitudinal slice from the center of the specimen and dried it. I will probably submit it to the Arizona Mycota Project.

Could also be B. rubripes.

See a video of the staining at: http://vimeo.com/104687170

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Agosto 27, 2014

Descripción

No bruising/staining. Under Ponderosa pine.

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Septiembre 14, 2013

Descripción

On the ground under Ponderosa pines and Douglas firs. Somewhat paler color than other L. deliciosi complex specimens in the same area. Flesh pale orange, staining deep turquoise to indigo blue fairly promptly when bruised or incised. No definite latex exudation with incision, and no good spore print collected in 12 hrs, perhaps due to the age of the specimen. Taste nutty and pleasant. Texture firm, with typical graininess of Lactarius.

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Julio 20, 2013

Descripción

Growing on dead Gambel’s oak (Quercus gambelii) in large numbers.

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Julio 21, 2013

Descripción

Extremely soft and fresh, following about 5 inches of summer monsoon rain in previous 2 weeks. Growing on dead Douglas Fir.

UPDATE: Sequencing in 2017 by Matt Schink finds this specimen to be G. tsugae, not G. oregonense.

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Julio 11, 2015 02:14 PM MDT

Descripción

Growing on dead Douglas fir, Pseudotsugae menziesii

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Amanitas Género Amanita

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Agosto 13, 2018 04:53 PM MDT

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In mixed conifer forest. Amanita section Vaginata. Should be A. nishidae.

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Agosto 26, 2018 10:13 AM MDT

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Growing under Gambel Oak

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Agosto 26, 2018 04:32 PM MDT

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Growing in a garden with multiple species of non-native trees

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ccmaymd

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Agosto 14, 2018 01:26 PM MDT

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Escobetillas Género Ramaria

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ccmaymd

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Agosto 13, 2018 02:45 PM MDT

Descripción

Mixed conifer forest-flat mossy microhabitat with deadfall

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Agosto 12, 2018 02:59 PM MDT

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Growing under spruce & Douglas fir. Very bright yellow gills. Possibly a Phylloporus?

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Ranita de Montaña Hyla wrightorum

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Agosto 12, 2018 02:30 PM MDT
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