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Spotted in a small creek on the Foothills Trail in Gorges State Park, NC.
Good luck with the Salamanders- looks like a pretty place :)
Vibrissea truncorum looks very much like them. They were on a moss wall waterfall. I was looking for salamanders and saw them. It was semi-dark where I was so I did not get a good look at them, but yes, they were very small and very cute.
Trying to an ID a Californian mushroom all the way from Oz is risky especially if you know very little about them however, check this one out - Vibrissea truncorumhttp://www.uoguelph.ca/~gbarron/MISC2003...Going by the size of the moss beside them, i assume they were small. Also, there appears to be a gelatinous sheath covering the stipe ( stalk) , am I right ?. It would be good to have more information for an ID - I hope you find out what it is - they are cute !It also looks a little like Leotia sp...
Spotted on May 27, 2012 Submitted on Jun 8, 2012
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