Truffles and mushrooms found 10/24/2001 at Clark County, WA

Daniel B. Wheeler dwheeler at ipns.com
Mon Oct 29 05:16:58 EST 2001


Fungi found 10/24/2001 in Clark County, WA at about 1,000 feet
elevation (320? meters) under full-canopy Douglas fir plantation about
21 years old.

Rhizopogon vinicolor
Helvella lacunosa
Tuber gibbosum var. autumnale
Polyporus varius
Thelophora terrestris
Cyathus olla
Crucibulum laeve
Lycoperdon perlatum
Amanita sps.
Suillus granulatus (but with bright yellow cap, quite young)
Psathyrella spadicea (or similar sps.)
Hypholoma capnoides
Inocybe sororia
Cortinarius alboviolaceus
Cortinarius trivialis
Cortinarius iodeoides (but no spruce nearby)
Laccaria laccata
Laccaria amethystina-occidentalis
Mycena haematopus
Mycena citrinomarginata
Strobiluris trullisata
Strobiluris occidentalis
Leucopaxillus amarus
Marasmius pallidocephalus
Macrolepiota rachodes
Russula cascadensis
Russula subfoetans
Russula decolorans
Russula albida
Russula emetica
Russula paludosa
Russula alotacea (but not under spruce)
Gomphidius glutinosus
Clitocybe sclerotoidea (primordia stage only)

All fungi identified via Mushrooms of Northwest North America by Helen
M.E. Schalkwijk-Barendsen, with the exception of Tuber gibbosum var. 
autumnale and Rhizopogon vinicolor. These later fungi will be shown at
the Mt. Pisquah Arboretum Mushroom Show on Oct. 28 just south of
Eugene, Lane Co., OR. This may be the only show to have fresh, mature
Tuber gibbosum var. autumnale exhibited at this year.

Submitted as a courtesy by
Daniel B. Wheeler
www.oregonwhitetruffles.com




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