Fungi

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Laetiporus gilbertsonii (sulfur shelf) ?  on eucalyptus tree, top of Albany Hill, Nov 2015; photo by Pierre La Plant

Fungi On Albany Hill
observed by John Taylor, Fall 1994

Myxomycetes (Plasmodial Slime Molds)
Leocarpus fragilis
Agaricales (Gilled Fungi)
Laccaria amethysteo-occidentalis
Leratiomyces ceres [=Naematoloma aurantiaca]
Tubaria furfuracea
Russulales
Stereum hirsutum

Macrofungi
observed by Chris Thayer*  3 Feb 1995
in oak woods, east side
(nomenclature updated by Margot Cunningham 2015)

Mushrooms:
Agaricus semotus small, woodland, anise odor
Ramaria myceliosa dingy pale ochraceous; mycelial mat at base; probably assoc. w/Quercus agrifolia
Stereum hirsutum on dead oak, elderberry stems, etc.
Marasmiellus [=Marasmius] candidus on twigs
Lactarius rubidus [=fragilis]
(candy cap)
abundant; mycorrhizal w/Quercus agrifolia
Pluteus cervinus
(deer mushroom)
on dead oak log
Bolbitius titubans [=vitellinus] in grass, sunny location
Clitocybe sp.
(cf. fragrans [=deceptiva])
on sticks; off-white, decurrent gills; funnel shape cap 4 cm; no noticeable odor
Amanita rubescens mycorrhizal w/Quercus agrifolia
Myxomycetes (slime molds):
Arcyria denudata on dead oak bark; 2 mm height; red

*Botanical, Biological, & Wetlands Science Consultant, 905 Dewing Avenue, Lafayette, CA 94549, Phone 925-200-0527


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