Identification: Underside of Fungi

Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by C.Wick, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. C.Wick

    C.Wick Active Member

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    This is a 'part 2' of a previous post........
    I was able to get an underside view of the beautiful velvety brown/gold/white trumpet-like fungi growing on the edge of a foot trail thru a new growth wooded area along the bluffs in Kansas.......The top view shows that it's colors are fading to a more golden brown tone now.
     

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    Frog Generous Contributor Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Beautiful! I'd like to nickname them "antique roses"
     
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    definately beautiful little things aren't they? but i think? my son wants them named after him...'Parkersaurius Rexius'.....lol
     
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    Coltricia cinnamomea is a good candidate.
     
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    Coltricia spec, probably cinnamoena ss.
    Regards,
    Nico
     
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    These are the same as 3. in the previous post with the title 'Brown Velvet Trumpets'.....is why it is coming up so difficult to ID as it looks so simliar to Coltricia cinnamomea.......possibly C.perennis?
     

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