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fungalfan

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Mayo 29, 2024 a las 05:04 TARDE EDT

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Taking a stab at this. Almost went with Typhrasa gossypina, also called “wrinkled Psathyrella” but discovered may be a European species. Anyway it looks like a Psathyrella and has a quite wrinkled cap. Gills dark brown. Stipe with fibrillose veil seen on young fruit body, soon disappearing as it matures. Growing on well rotted wood. Note:Typhrasa delineata has been proposed as a new name for Psathyrella delineata according to “FG to Mushrooms of GA”. I thought I IDed this as Psathyrella delineata (common name also “wrinkled Psathyrella”) but I guess iNat defaulted to Typhrasa. Looks somewhat reminiscent of my recent observation of Psathyrella piluliformis : https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/216668229.

Updated Note. iNat taxonomy swap from Psathyrella gossipina to Typhrasa gossipina Jan 2021. "Psathyrella delineata is an American name however NA sequences fall within European gossypina & are within the morphological range of that species thus T. delineata replaced with T. gossypina July 2022".

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mistycal

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Junio 16, 2024 a las 02:46 MAÑANA EDT

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bobbybo123

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Mayo 21, 2024 a las 12:57 TARDE EDT

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Under white pine.

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samiluvsbugz

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Julio 3, 2022 a las 03:50 MAÑANA EDT

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mjpapay

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Marzo 2024

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At the area of emergence of a permanent woodland spring.

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mjpapay

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Abril 2024

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On an overhanging face of exposed bedrock.

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gillydilly

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Marzo 2024

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 2024

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What are the orange clumps of lumps? I don't think this is it, searched hours for days & this is a wild guess.

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grinnin

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Febrero 1, 2024 a las 03:38 TARDE EST

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With natural ambient daylight and with 365nm UV light

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jaykeller

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Enero 2, 2021 a las 11:49 MAÑANA EST

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mjpapay

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Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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  • soralia labriform, lip-shaped
  • lower surface ecorticate/smooth
  • lower surface unpigmented
  • rhizines cream-colored and thyrsiform (neither flared nor branched)
    - - - - - - - -
    Heterodermia Key: https://sweetgum.nybg.org/images3/250/135/op6p1.pdf
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    The occurrence on rock is unusual, apparently.

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mistycal

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Febrero 26, 2024 a las 04:11 MAÑANA EST

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mjpapay

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Febrero 2023

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Under a northeast facing overhang.

Apothecia rim is smooth, entire, nearly indiscernible.

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gillydilly

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Marzo 2024

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Substrate is lumps of clay on bare, finely graveled ground, with hardpan underneath. Wildflowers present in this area indicate mafic soils. The area of 1st photo is less than 1 sq inch. It rained all day today, so the pics look especially wet.

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 22, 2024 a las 11:47 MAÑANA EST

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My best guesstimate; eager for your response

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dsmorris

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Enero 6, 2024 a las 01:03 TARDE EST

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gillydilly

Fecha

Febrero 22, 2024 a las 11:43 MAÑANA EST

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On a tree, Little Park
@grinnin @sammyisafuzzydog

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gillydilly

Fecha

Febrero 22, 2024 a las 11:46 MAÑANA EST

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Lichen on rock, Little Park
@grinnin, @sammyisafuzzydog

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supertiger

Fecha

Septiembre 26, 2022 a las 11:52 MAÑANA EDT

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on a hardwood

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Mamíferos (Clase Mammalia)

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kzoebel

Fecha

Febrero 11, 2024 a las 09:54 MAÑANA CST

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Curious if these are rabbit? Dug entrances with trampled paths around the entrances. The last photo didn't show it very well, but there were two entrances that went deep in, the photos just make it look like a dug out hole.

Found this one a couple hundred yards away: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/199686242

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fungalfan

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Enero 26, 2024 a las 03:35 TARDE EST

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Honey yellow caps with central depression, gills strongly decurrent, long wiry thin stipe with a somewhat furry tuft of brownish mycelium at the base. Growing scattered but singley on needles, cones and woody conifer debris,

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Enero 2024

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grinnin

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Febrero 6, 2024 a las 02:23 TARDE EST

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grinnin

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Febrero 6, 2024 a las 12:53 TARDE EST

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For the American Sunrise (Brigantiaea leucoxantha), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/198746908

And, can anyone please identify the curly red in the lower right of the first 5 photos?

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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Brilliant to behold, found the whole year 'round, easily recognized in the field, and also easy to identify by the combination of such a bright reddish color or red-spotted surface, reddish rhizomorphs, & the characteristic red-orange staining of the substrate; here growing in a boreal area on a fallen limb (conifer), the broken end, the first photos with natural daylight, and the last two photos using a 365nm UV light to show fluorescence

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Diciembre 2021

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grinnin

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Abril 28, 2023 a las 03:15 TARDE EDT

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mhodges1957

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Abril 9, 2022 a las 01:45 TARDE EDT

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On mature Ilex opaca; thallus K+ red; spore muriform, 1-2/ascus, about 50x25 microns; hymenium clear, exciple striate, laterally carbonized; epihymenium orange-brown bleeding burgundy in K wet-mount

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kzoebel

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Octubre 17, 2023 a las 09:26 MAÑANA CDT

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Hongos Ascomicetes Y Líquenes (Subfilo Pezizomycotina)

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kzoebel

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Enero 26, 2024 a las 01:57 TARDE CST

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vcharny

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Marzo 29, 2017 a las 10:58 MAÑANA CDT

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supertiger

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Junio 13, 2022 a las 04:44 TARDE EDT

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davidhljordan

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Enero 7, 2024 a las 01:49 TARDE EST

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mjpapay

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

Note the presence of Tremella ramalinae in the upper right quadrant, evident in the overgrown and distorted apothecia.

Growing on a branch of Sugar Maple, Acer saccharum.

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mjpapay

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Enero 2024

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2nd photo, 9 o'clock position, a bit of the orange medulla is exposed where a pustule has been damaged

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mjpapay

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Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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Hydrated condition, so not as deep dark brown as the desiccated condition.

On rock.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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  • perforate apothecia with sorediate rim
  • abundant black marginal cilia [as per Parmotrema hypotropum]
  • sorediate clumps at the lobe tip [as per Parmotrema hypotropum]
  • sorediate clumps scattered near the lobe tips and onto the main thallus [as per Parmotrema simulans ; in this case these appear to be nascent apothecia, so rarely seen in Parmotrema hypotropum (only one other example of which I am aware: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/195865352) that this may be usual for when apothecia are produced in that species]
  • white margin of the lower surface [as per Parmotrema hypotropum]
  • upper surface does not appear to be reticulate maculate, so not like Parmotrema simulans in that respect, again like Parmotrema hypotropum

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mjpapay

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Diciembre 2023

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alex_abair

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Diciembre 2, 2023 a las 04:30 TARDE EST

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Margaritas, Manzanillas, Girasoles Y Parientes (Subfamilia Asteroideae)

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Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Marzo 2023

Descripción

Its apothecia have been modified into large brain like structures by its lichenocolous fungal parasite, Tremella ramalinae.

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 5, 2024 a las 11:25 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

On the sunshine-soaked bark of a deciduous tree growing at the water's edge; sometimes, as seen here, the disks merge (anastamose) on the thalli

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mjpapay

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Junio 2023

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  • on siliceous metamorphic bedrock in the channel of Deep River; regularly inundated by high water
  • black apothecia with prominant thalline rim

[EDIT, 11 August 2023: After finding on Rocky River an example of Placynthium nigrum with only its black prothallus yet with numerous black-rimmed black-disced apothecia, yet lower down with the muddy-green thallus atop the prothallus, did I eventually realize that all my Vahliella hookerioides observations were in fact Placynthium nigrum!]

This is the only species of Vahliella with a black apothecium.

This specimen is rather desiccated. In hydrated condition the thallus is of olive-green hue. Hydrated example at same location, same day: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/166448585

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mjpapay

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Descripción

Serendipity is a curious thing.

On two separate twigs of two different trees, the same two species of lichens grew side-by-side. Happenstance is that I found both twigs within a few minutes time, close enough together that the circumstance of collocation was not lost upon me. So, I present the two twigs together despite it being against usual protocol of observation management.

Submitted for your consideration,
Pertusaria (species as yet unknown to me) on the left,
and Ochrolechia africana on the right.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

At the 6 o'clock position, there appears to be an apothecium with an orange hue to the disc/cup, and a lobulate or phyllidiate rim.

Abundant pycnidia.

Hydrated condition from today's rain. Yesterday the lichen escaped my attention, so the desiccated color is presumably a dull brown or gray similar to the bark of the Loblolly Pine, Pinus taeda, branch on which it was found.

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grinnin

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Enero 3, 2024 a las 11:04 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

For the Parmotrema subrigidum, last photo, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/196247863
For the Frosty Saucer (Ochrolechia africana), last photo, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/196249089
For the Bumpy Rim-Lichen (Lecanora hybocarpa), last photo, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/196249093

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aaron_and_amy

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Enero 2, 2024 a las 09:07 MAÑANA CST

Lugar

Sherman (Google, OSM)

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kzoebel

Fecha

Diciembre 21, 2023 a las 07:52 MAÑANA CST

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Previously observed the flowering plant back in September. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/182336620

31°F when I observed them this morning.

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joshua1650

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Diciembre 19, 2023 a las 05:00 TARDE EST

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kzoebel

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2023 a las 06:47 MAÑANA CST

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On a very old cedar fence post.

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kzoebel

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Diciembre 13, 2021 a las 03:46 TARDE CST

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On wooden slats of an old abandoned farmhouse.

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kzoebel

Fecha

Noviembre 22, 2021 a las 03:39 TARDE CST

Descripción

On an old fence post.

Fungi

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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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ulidendy

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Diciembre 10, 2023 a las 05:54 TARDE EST

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kzoebel

Fecha

Noviembre 21, 2023 a las 09:21 MAÑANA CST

Descripción

On fallen pine. Photographed them on the branch while wet and fully hydrated after a rain. Collected them and photographed later after they had fully dried.

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hobobologna

Fecha

Julio 12, 2023 a las 11:48 MAÑANA EDT

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fungalfan

Fecha

Octubre 13, 2023 a las 06:07 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Pale tan cap up to 13 cm, some with slight umbo, striate margin, dry, shiny, gills free, white, crowded. Stipe up to 17 cm, smooth, enlarging downward, sometimes somewhat flattened vs. round, flaring veil then collapsing on stipe . Large white saccate volva, limbus visible within. No noticeable odor. Mixed woods inc. pine & oak.

Update: Per DNA ITS Nanopore Mycota Fall Continental MycoBlitz 2023 Amanita "sp-IN07" - first record outside Indiana!

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grinnin

Fecha

Septiembre 19, 2023 a las 12:20 TARDE EDT

Descripción

For the Speckled Blister Lichen (Viridothelium virens), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/184478877

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grinnin

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Febrero 2023

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fungalfan

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Septiembre 13, 2023 a las 10:50 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

Some type of puffball /earthball but lacking a base! Young, firm fruiting body, interior already purplish. I let it dry & added photos a week later. Thick peridium now visible in dried state but doesn't seem as warted as usual.

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grinnin

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Septiembre 2, 2023 a las 03:46 TARDE EDT

Descripción

For this same Parasol (Macrolepiota procera) mushroom over the next two days, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/181926697 and inaturalist.org/observations/181929765

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fungalfan

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Agosto 20, 2023 a las 11:29 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Rapid dark blue-black staining. Cap somewhat velvety, dry, 11 cm wide. Context pale yellow but very insect riddled, though speciemen is quite fresh. Pores orange, immediate dark blue-black staining, 6-8 mm deep. Stipe 8cm, yellow, non-reticulate. on soil in mixed woods
Update: Neoboletus "sp-IN03"
DNA ITS Nanpore

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er1kksen

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Febrero 25, 2023 a las 03:00 TARDE EST

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lilyserrao

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Julio 23, 2023 a las 12:25 TARDE EDT

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Rebozuelos Y Parientes (Familia Hydnaceae)

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grinnin

Fecha

Octubre 4, 2021 a las 03:20 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Have you seen a dramatic layered underside like this impressive mushroom?

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mistycal

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Junio 2023

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grinnin

Fecha

Junio 3, 2023 a las 02:23 TARDE EDT

Descripción

With UV and then with natural light; for Chocolate Tube Slime (Stemonitis splendens) on nearby log, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/165651804

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eduardo_axel

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Agosto 29, 2022 a las 12:55 TARDE CDT

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Zorzal Canelo (Catharus fuscescens)

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mistycal

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Mayo 2023

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susanhewitt

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Agosto 6, 2019 a las 03:12 TARDE EDT

Descripción

On Convallaria majalis, lily-of-the valley.

I am thinking this leaf streak is probably the result of the fungal pathogen, Aureobasidium microstictum, based on what I read here:

https://extension.psu.edu/lily-of-the-valley-convallaria-diseases

where the author says:

"Small water-soaked spots develop which later have brown streaks with yellow halos--these spots often form from the leaf tip downward. Infected leaves die prematurely."

Please everyone, bear in mind that none of my fungal pathogen IDs are based on lab work -- no microscopy and no culturing. The IDs are all based solely on the macroscopic appearance of the lesions on the plants.

As a result, many of my fungal/bacterial/viral IDs may in fact be incorrect.

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susanhewitt

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Julio 16, 2020 a las 02:11 TARDE EDT

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On leaves of daylily.

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botanylicious

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2023 a las 06:51 TARDE EDT

Descripción

I don't think I realized I was in such bad light until long after I took these photos.
This CV suggestion seems plausible.

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jeffgarner

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Marzo 17, 2022 a las 11:25 MAÑANA CDT

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On a fallen hardwood stick

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birdleaves

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Diciembre 14, 2020 a las 08:01 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

Underside is black. Growing on Gumbo Limbo. Physcia in upper left of thallus?

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Cáscara de Roble (Punctelia perreticulata)

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mossman13

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Junio 2020

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On dead, weathered trunk of Pinus strobus in exposed upland habitat. ID based on reticulate upper surface with pseudocyphellae and soredia as well as tan underside, on exposed conifer substrate.

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PG

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davidenrique

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Abril 26, 2023 a las 02:03 TARDE EDT

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kzoebel

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Mayo 14, 2022 a las 07:05 TARDE CDT

Descripción

On a pine cone, unsure which species.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

Most similar to Rhizoplaca glaucophana, but differs from that species in having apothecia at the central region of the thallus instead of at the thallus periphery.

On exposed bedrock in the channel of the Haw River. So far, every population I have found is located thusly, and within 50 to 100 cm of the normal flow level, but below the usual flood level.

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grinnin

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Abril 23, 2023 a las 10:59 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Who can ID to species this entomopathic fungus that attacks and kills, a phenomenon that started when it invaded the grasshopper, eventually multiplying and becoming master, forcing the Zombie Grasshopper to crawl up to die as the insect-eating fungus (collectively called Zombie Fungi, for the way they infect, and ultimately kill, their hosts) matured, and then fungal stalk-like structures burst through weak points (joints) in the grasshopper’s exoskeleton and exploded out of the host, for the fungus needs the victim to take it high enough so the fungus' spores will blow in the wind and spread most efficiently, an environment favorable to their dispersal, a good spore-release position on the underside of a twig a few of feet above the ground

These parasitic fungi usually attach to the external body surface of insects in the form of microscopic spores (usually asexual, mitosporic spores, conidia); under the right conditions of temperature and (high) humidity, these spores germinate, grow as hyphae and colonize the insect's cuticle, and they bore through the exoskeleton by way of enzymatic hydrolysis (use of a specialized pressing structure called an appressorium, an organ that forms a needle-like peg pressing against the cuticle and puncturing it), reaching the insect’s body cavity (hemocoel), where the fungal cells proliferate in the host body cavity, usually as walled hyphae or in the form of wall-less protoplasts (depending on the fungus involved), and once inside, the fungus starts to grow mycelia (the vegetative part of a fungus composed of long strands of hair-like hyphae that worm their way through the insect’s innards, feeding on tissues but not killing its host, not at least yet or quickly), and the fungus can then absorb nutrients from its host and grow until a critical fungal mass develops, and then the Cordyceps moves to the insect’s head, where the fungal parasitoid forces its victim to climb to a prominent perch in a tree or shrub, causes it to clamp down tightly, and kills it, for the fungus, which has mostly consumed the insect’s inner workings by this point, prepares to reproduce, sending stem-like spikes called stroma to shoot from the victim’s body, capped by perithecia, until the insect bristles with these fungal fruiting bodies, the perithecia soon rupturing, releasing scores of windborne spores, the reason for the fungal reprogramming of the victim: to force it into a breezier location for successful spore dispersal

Our guided nature walk leader showed us a similar parasitic fungus, inaturalist.org/observations/158411706

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ccantley

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Abril 2023

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grinnin

Fecha

Mayo 3, 2008 a las 11:05 MAÑANA UTC

Descripción

Not the biggest leaf in the world but big (about a foot long) [Me in middle photo, to give perspective]

{Last photo: rhodendendron blooming in background, in case you are curious}

Compare to these other large-leaf native North Carolina magnolia species: I invite you to my Observations
• Fraser Magnolia, Magnolia fraseri https://inaturalist.ca/observations/66239567
• Magnolia fraseri var. fraseri https://inaturalist.ca/observations/65510390
• Bigleaf Magnolia, Magnolia macrophylla https://inaturalist.ca/observations/66184852

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grinnin

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Abril 23, 2023 a las 09:01 MAÑANA EDT

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I helped it finish meandering across the sidewalk, so it wouldn't get stepped on and squashed.

Dominant eastern Piedmont xystodesmid (a "cherry millipede"), two color patterns (a disparity around the Deep-Cape Fear Rivers), typically with yellow paranota (lateral segmental expansions on the dorsa), a yellow middorsal spot on the anterior margin of the collum or 1st segment, and yellow middorsal spots on the caudalmost 3-5 segments (in central NC south of the Deep/Cape Fear Rivers a different, undescribed species has yellow middorsal splotches on essentially every segment).

A millipede's body is divided into 2 distinct parts, the head and the trunk. The head houses the antennae, mouthparts, & eyes (composed of ocelli, or simple eyes; usually multiple ocelli compose an eye, but certain millipede orders lack eyes entirely). The trunk is composed of several body rings. The 1st body ring (collum segment), directly behind the head, is legless, the next 4 body rings each having 1 pair of legs. All remaining body rings, save the very last few, have 2 pairs of legs. The number of the apodous body rings (lacking legs), can vary. Many millipedes have ozopores (defense glands) on the sides of most of their body rings, and produce a chemical defense exuded through these ozopores to deter predators or other curious animals.

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grinnin

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Marzo 1, 2023 a las 04:18 TARDE EST

Descripción

Cropped, then full size photo

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mjpapay

Fecha

Octubre 2022

Descripción

  • marginal soredia
  • marginal cilia of lower surface are white (not black)

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maggieoconnormn

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Noviembre 4, 2022 a las 04:35 TARDE CDT

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mmmmbugs

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Marzo 4, 2023 a las 10:25 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

In the furrows of tulip tree

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Agrito (Rhus aromatica)

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gillydilly

Fecha

Abril 17, 2023 a las 01:08 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Little Park, wooded edge of power line ROW, rocky soil

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Puercoespín Norteamericano (Erethizon dorsatum)

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mistycal

Fecha

Abril 2023
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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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gillydilly

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

Where are all my lichen friends? I love these but I just don’t know…
Growing on a tree.

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grinnin

Fecha

Abril 15, 2023 a las 03:56 TARDE EDT

Descripción

On bare soil humus on a slope to a creek in mixed hardwood forest, on a warm day following rain showers. Chromelosporium fulvum has erect, septate conidiophores with an unbranched main axis bearing 7 to 12 sporogenous ampullae, the spore-bearing heads, needle-like clusters. Conidia develop simultaneously on denticles located on the surface of each ampulla. The fungus first appears as fine, white, aerial mycelium. The spores form in a few days, changing the color to light yellow or golden brown; the thick, white, fluffy mycelial edges remain. The globose conidia are lightly pigmented tan-brown and cover each ampulla at maturity. The mold, easily air-borne, is opportunistic, and not readily tolerating other organisms.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2023

Descripción

4th photo - my drinking water was poured onto the moss to allow it to hydrate

  • leaf cycle-shaped
  • no midrib on leaf
  • no pleats on leaf
  • no marginal teeth on leaf
  • leaf 1-1.5 mm long

Either

  • Hypnum pallescens synonym Jochenia pallescens ; or
  • Hypnum fauriei synonym Pseudohygrohypnum fauriei

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

kzoebel

Fecha

Abril 7, 2023 a las 12:35 TARDE CDT

Descripción

At the base of a pine tree, it had recently rained.

Etiquetas

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Marzo 2023

Descripción

NOTE: Desiccated and Hydrated thallus photos

  • desiccated = blue-gray
  • hydrated = slate-green

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Marzo 2023

Descripción

  • hydrated thallus is light green
  • thallus stacked at center of rosette
  • crowded apothecia

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

gagesutton1

Fecha

Abril 9, 2023 a las 01:32 TARDE EDT

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

On Carpinus caroliniana.

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

tcurtis

Fecha

Agosto 2019

Lugar

Ohio, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

on dead log of Quercus

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

tcurtis

Fecha

Marzo 2023

Lugar

Ohio, US (Google, OSM)

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

Growing on a bract of a pinecone of Pinus echinata.

  • apothecia have a granular rim that is absent in Lecanora symmitca.