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Phylacia

Phylacia sp.

Description:

Approximately 1/16 inches or 1.5875 mm in diameter.

Habitat:

I believe these were on an alder tree.


1 Species ID Suggestions

pamsai
pamsai 3 years ago
Phylacia
Phylacia sp. Xylariaceae: Genus Phylacia


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7 Comments

Tristan Pragnell
Tristan Pragnell 3 years ago

Thank you pamsai.

Jae
Jae 3 years ago

It could very well be, Tristan. To be honest I am not familiar with black knot fungi, I only know it from online photos and read that it affects Prunus trees. It's just that in photo 3 I believe I see slime trails, which makes me think it's a slime mold.

Tristan Pragnell
Tristan Pragnell 3 years ago

I never touched the it.

pamsai
pamsai 3 years ago

Maybe the same as this one. Was it extremely hard?
http://mushroomobserver.org/207114?q=2jR...

Tristan Pragnell
Tristan Pragnell 3 years ago

Could this be a knot fungus?

Jae
Jae 3 years ago

Great spotting, Tristan. I think it's a slime mold, perhaps Badhamia utricularis, but that's just a wild guess.

Tristan Pragnell
Spotted by
Tristan Pragnell

Washington, USA

Lat: 47.43, Long: -122.60

Spotted on Mar 22, 2016
Submitted on Mar 22, 2016

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