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HeinoFounding Explorer - Heino joined us in 2014! wrote:
26 Jun 2017
The stromata were a black or greenish-black, depending on the angle of view. In the first photo you see the numerous pimple like openings to the ...

Fungus Trichoderma pseudokoningii group
HeinoFounding Explorer - Heino joined us in 2014! wrote:
26 Jun 2017
My identification is based on the colour and that the branch apices appear to be swollen to such an extent that they are fusing. Furthermore, som...

Fungus Ramaria capitata var. capitata (Pale cauliflower coral)
HeinoFounding Explorer - Heino joined us in 2014! wrote:
26 Jun 2017
My identification is based on the colour, overall growth form and that the branch apices appear to be swollen to such an extent that in various p...

Fungus Ramaria capitata var. capitata (Pale cauliflower coral)
HeinoFounding Explorer - Heino joined us in 2014! wrote:
22 Jun 2017
Most likely coincidental since this species often turns up with no ant nests nearby. Species of Pisolithus form mycorrhizas (symbiotic associatio...

Fungus Pisolithus marmoratus
HeinoFounding Explorer - Heino joined us in 2014! wrote:
22 Jun 2017
These were growing out from the vertical face of a well-rotted log in a suburban garden. In the second photo parts of some white thread-like rhiz...

Fungus Ramaria filicicola
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