Chroogomphus tomentosus (Murrill) O.K. Mill.
Drew T Henderson
Verbatim Date: 2016/10/26 1:55 AM PDT
United States, Washington, Ohanapecosh Campground Amphitheater, Randle, WA, United States
Woolly pine spike(common name) is extremely common along highway 12-under Douglas firs and Hemlock from September-late December. Specimen on the left is very young and specimen at right is at intermediate stage of growth. At full maturity this species has an upturned and funnel shaped cap with distinctly decurrent gills down the stem.
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Record Id: f5270080-2991-406a-b01b-763d0bfb5932