San Francisco State University, Harry D. Thiers Herbarium
Catalog #: SFSU-F-034539
Taxon: Mycetinis copelandii (Peck) A.W. Wilson & Desjardin
Family: Marasmiaceae
Collector: N. Siegel   2462   
Date: 2017-11-27
Locality: USA, California, El Dorado, Eldorado National Forest, southeast of junction of Mosquito Road and Sand Mountian Road.
Habitat: Mixed forests, mostly Tanoak and Douglas-fir, with scattered Canyon Live Oak, Ponderosa Pine, Sugar Pine, Madrone, Calocedrus, Taxus.
Substrate: On leaves and debris of Canyon Live Oak, and Tanoak.
Description: Cap 7-16 mm across, stipe 33-59 mm long, ~2 mm thick. Odor very strong, rotting garlic. Taste strongly of garlic.
Occurrence Remarks: Scattered to gregarious on leaves and debris of Canyon Live Oak, and Tanoak.
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Record Id: 47e4b5eb-55b4-46e8-af3f-e6c6391d2321
Occurrence ID (GUID): 47e4b5eb-55b4-46e8-af3f-e6c6391d2321
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Dennis Desjardin (ded@sfsu.edu)
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