Fungi fd. 5 Oct. 2002, Clakamas County, Oregon

Daniel B. Wheeler dwheeler at ipns.com
Wed Oct 9 04:38:27 EST 2002


dwheeler at ipns.com (Daniel B. Wheeler) wrote in message news:<6dafee1b.0210051944.51ec52bb at posting.google.com>...
> Fungi fd. 5 Oct. 2002 at Little Crater Lake Area and Pacific Crest
> Trail, Clackamas County, Oregon
> 
> Cortinarius abruptibulbous
> Bondarzewia montana
> Neolentinus lepidius
> Cantharellus formosus
> Russula nigricans
> Tricholoma pessundatum
> Russula cascadensis
> Radiigeria atrogleba (?)
> Gomphidius glutinosus
> Sparassis radicata
> Russula alutacea
> Phaeolus swinitzii (sp)
> Gyromitra esculenta
> Cortinarius multiformis
> Ganoderma applanatum
> Gomphidius subroseus
> Suillus luteus
> Clavaria sps. (bright yellow)
> Clavaria botrytis
> Agaricus subrutilescens
> Hypholoma fasiculare
> Gomphus floccosus
> Albatrellus flettii
> Russula brevipes
> Lacterius deceptivus
> Amanita muscaria var. muscarina
> Amanita muscaria var. formosa? (yellow variety)
> Russula aeruginea
> Lacterius deliciosus
> Fuscoboletus ochraceoroseus
> Martellia sps., possible M. brunnescens
> Unknown hypogeous sps. (species is new to me, looks similar to a Black
> walnut, dense/heavy, with deeply grooved lines leading to the ends of
> the fungus; fd. with Western hemlock).
> Hydnum repandum
> Echinodontium tinctorius
> 
> Total: 34 species, including at least one new to me.
> 
Scratch the species new to me. I allowed the fungus to sit for a day,
and it nearly drove me out of the house. It _is_ a Gautieria species,
although possibly still not a species I have found before. This is
kind of an unusual time to find a Gautieria.

Daniel B. Wheeler
www.oregonwhitetruffles.com




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