(LONG) Fungi displayed at OMS Show 10/21/2000

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Tue Oct 24 15:23:20 EST 2000


Below are _some_ of the fungi displayed at the 50th Anniversary Oregon
Mycological Society show on Oct. 21, 2000. I hope that Lorelei Norvel
will consider posting the complete list. I'm afraid I didn't get
completely through all the tables before tear-down began.

In no particular order:

Tuber texense
Leucangium carthusiana
Tuber gibbosum var. autumnale
Truncocolumella citrina
Rhizopogon occidentalis
Macowanites sps.
Pisolithus tinctorius
Elaphomyces granulatus
Rhizopogon parksii
Rhizopogon vinicolor
Gastroboletus turbinatus
Leugoaster (rubescens?)
Hymenogaster parksii
Rhizopogon vulgare
Rhizopogon colossus
Boletopsis griseus
Gomphus clavatus
Cantharellus formosus
Gomphus floccosus
Cantharellus subalbidus
Polyzellus multiplex
Hydnum repandum var. albidum
Hericium abietis
Hydnum umbillicatum
Albatrellus pes-capre
Hydnellum aurantiacum
Stercodon imbricatum
Inonotus tomentosus
Ganoderma tsugae
Hypomyces lactifluorum
Helvella lacunosa
Mycogone cervina on Helvella lacunosa
Hypomyces sps on Clitocybe sps
Helvella infula
Otidea sps.
Aueruia aurantia
Spathularia flavida
Lycoperdon pyriforme
Sphaerobolus stellatus
Calvatia sps.
Geastrum saccatum
Lycoperdon umbrinum
Lycoperdon perlatum
Morchella elata
Nidula candida
Calocera viscosa
Scutellina scutellata
Hypomyces lactifluorum
Hypomyces sps. on Cantharellus subalbidus
Pseudohydnum gelatinosum
Tremella mesenterica
Amanita smithiana
Amanita phalloides
Amanita muscaria
Amanita pachyphloeus
Amanita constricta
Amanita franchetii
Agaricus sylvicola
Agaricus alboluteus
Agaricus californicus
Agaricus praeclaresquamos
Agaricus subrufescens
Macrolepiota rhacodes
Coprinus comatus
Agaricus campestris
Coprinus disseminatus
Coprinus micaceus
Amanita silvicolor
Amanita muscaria var. album
Amanita gemmata
Coprinus lagopus
Coprinc plicatilis
Coprinus micaceus
Hygrophorus russula
Hygrophorus subalpinus
Hygrophorus bakerensis
Hygrophorus eburneus
Hygrophorus camarophyllus
Hygrophorus chrysodon
Russula farinipes
Russula turei
Russula farinipes
Russula heterophylla
Russula albonigra
Russula mariae
Russula olivacea
Russula xerampelina
Russula aeruginea
Russula nigricans
Russula abietina
Russula bicolor
Russula cascadensis
Lyophyllum decastes
Armillaria ostoyae
Lacterius uvidus
Clitocybe delatata
Tricholoma flavovirens
Clitocybe nebularis
Clitocybe avellaneialba
Tricholoma terreum
Collybia tuberosa
Lycophyllum rancithum
Sarcomyra sps and Panellus strictus
Laccaria laccata
Laccaria amethystina-occidentalis
Clitocybe odora var. pacifica
Elaphomyces granulatus
Rhizopogon colossus
Rhizopogon sps (glebal color of lime jello! 3.5"+ diameter, under old-
growth Douglas fir and Western hemlock, with scattered Western larch,
Pacific yew, Pacific Silver fir and Noble fir)
Mycena strobilinoides
Hygrophoropsis aurantica
Tricholomopsis decora
Mycena pura
Strobilureus albipilatus
Gymnopus (Collybia) acervatus
Pleurocybella porrigens
Tricholoma magnivelare
Chrysomphalina aurantiacum
Tricholoma caligatum
Strobilurus frullisatus
Clitocybe dalbada
Tricholoma saponaceum
Tricholoma focale (formerly Armillaria zelleri)
Lacterius uvidus
Lacterius rubrilacteus
Lacterius deliciosa
Lacterius pseudomucidus
Lacterius subflammus
Lacterius scrobiculatus
Lacterius kaufmanii
Lacterius fallax
Gymnopilus punctifolius
Gymnopilus cf. bellulus
Hebeloma crustuliniformis
Crespidotus mollis

I know that the corals were well represented. But I was unable to get to
other tables before the show began.

Daniel B. Wheeler
www.oregonwhitetruffles.com


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