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Re: Pachyphlodes virescens

Hi Debbie, I was wondering all weekend just how many species the NEMF group would be able to find under these conditions. Do you have a count? I live in nearby
steve_rock_0916
6:59 AM
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20374

Re: Pachyphlodes virescens

Thanks Darv. I just came up for air and computer access after a fun NEMF foray in Connecticut. Good to know that I don't need to modify my sense of what a
debbie viess
4:21 AM
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20373

Re: Sonora Pass

We found one butter bolete at about 4,000-4,500 feet in Sierra county last weekend. Sent from my iPhone
Veronika
Jul 31
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20372

Re: Sonora Pass

Sorry, Please ignore prior message ...responded to wrong email. On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 3:49 PM, Curt Shaw truc.wash@... ... -- Michael Marchiano
Michael Marchiano
Jul 30
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20371

Re: Sonora Pass

Thank you for the invitation but I already have a commitment to Mount Diablo State Park on Sept 20th. Please keep me posted for future events. On Thu, Jul 30,
Michael Marchiano
Jul 30
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20370

Re: Sonora Pass

Drive randomly. Gasoline is cheap. And good luck. Phalluscybe Hugh Smith On 7/30/2015 3:49 PM, Curt Shaw truc.wash@... [BayAreaMushrooms]
Hugh and Sandi Smith
Jul 30
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20369

Sonora Pass

I'll be at elevation near Sonora Pass next week, up above Pinecrest. Any recent visits to the area that showed promise as far as moisture and/or fungal
Curt Shaw
Jul 30
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20368

Pachyphlodes virescens

To clarify, these fuzzy spots in the ground are actually the mycelium of truffles in the old genus Pachyphloeus. They are ascomycetes in the Pezizaceae, not a
Darvin DeShazer
Jul 30
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20367

Re: Mushroom Observer: Observation: Pachyphlodes virescens (200069)

Nice work, Deb. Thanks for tracking this down and sharing the results. So, Pachyphlodes is the only pink spore mat that Roseanne is aware of from the west?
debbie viess
Jul 29
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20366

Mushroom Observer: Observation: Pachyphlodes virescens (200069)

Hi all - I'm happy to report that the mitotic spore mats I found last February at Sobrante Ridge Regional Park (going back to my car after Trent Pearce's
Debbie Klein
Jul 28
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20365

Re: Needed help identifying

Scleroderma are puffballs, with a thick, tough skin. These do not have a very thick skin, to my eye, altho I also thought scleroderma when I first saw them.
debbie viess
Jul 26
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20364

Re: Needed help identifying

These are not Puffballs. These are Scleroderma. Phalluscybe Hugh Smith On 7/26/2015 9:11 AM, debbie viess amanitarita@...
Hugh and Sandi Smith
Jul 26
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20363

Re: Need help identifying [4 Attachments]

Hey Brian and family,  These are clearly puffballs, altho far trickier to get them to species. When these mushrooms are young, they are pure white inside,
debbie viess
Jul 26
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20362

Re: Need help identifying

Thanks for the help. We'll check online for some information. The kids are very curious. It's like we found buries treasure. Sent from my iPhone
Brian Richards
Jul 25
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Re: Need help identifying [4 Attachments]

A variety of Puff Balls. On Sat, Jul 25, 2015 at 9:18 PM, brianrichards99@... ... -- Michael Marchiano *Naturalist* *mmarchiano@...*
Michael Marchiano
Jul 25
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