Please help identify this fungus
beyeriii at aol.com.mkb.com
Fri Nov 30 04:34:32 EST 2001
>> I came across this unusual fungus in South Florida, if it is not too much
>> trouble, please help me identify it.
>> Malcolm Beyer
>> BeyerIII at aol.com
>My initial reaction is some kind of leaf gall growing on what appears
>to be a myrtle. What _is_ it growing on, btw?
>Daniel B. Wheeler
Thank you very much for the reply,
Professor Hudler at Cornell coincides
with your guess and suggests it might
be an Exobasidium.
Others have also asked what the host
plant is, and unfortunately I don't know.
A local botanist suggests it is a Mangrove.
I will try to confirm the identity of the host
plant and let you know if it is not a
www.oregonwhitetruffles.com is a very
interesting website, and I think your
idea of harveting Native American truffles
is fantastic. I am looking forward to
trying some of them when I get back
to work (I am a programmer between
Thanks for the reply, I am honored
to have such noteable people help me
identify this fungus.
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