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Bleeding Mycena (Mycena haematopus) one of many fungi pages I worked on over the past day or so. During part of the conversation from the other night, it came up that Andy is something of a mushroomer. At the time … Continue reading
A couple of falls ago, I found the mushroom pictured above. It was growing on a long-stranded drift log at the end of Totem Park (now well away from the high-tide line). I noticed how dessicated it looked, and figured … Continue reading
Baeospora myosura, which I am calling Spruce Cone Mushroom, fruits primarily on Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) cones. In other parts of its range, it will also grow on Douglas Fir, but they are absent in this area. According to the … Continue reading
My brother recently posted about a polypore that had grown around an alder stick, speculating on how this may have happened, given alder’s normally rapid decay, and a polypore’s presumably slow growth. The post reminded me of a picture I … Continue reading