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Devil's Urn

Urnula craterium

Description:

Goblet-shaped and dark-colored fruit bodies have earned it the common names devil's urn

Habitat:

Oak forest

Notes:

Causes canker on oaks during conidial stage.

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13 Comments

Sckel
Sckel 5 years ago

Super cool, never seen

BrandyMurray
BrandyMurray 5 years ago

Beautiful!

arlanda
arlanda 5 years ago

good spotting!

JC_Forester
JC_Forester 5 years ago

Thanks everyone!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 5 years ago

Missed this one. Good find.

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 5 years ago

Cool!

JC_Forester
JC_Forester 5 years ago

Thanks Leuba, it was cool to see... Really cool markings this fungi...

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 5 years ago

Amazing ! - must read about this one..thanks for sharing Jared.

Telse
Telse 5 years ago

Kewl.

Magginoel
Magginoel 5 years ago

cool i now i am only 8 but i never seen any thing like it


Maria dB
Maria dB 5 years ago

Very nice! I just spotted this fungus some days ago, too; they are really interesting!

JC_Forester
JC_Forester 5 years ago

It was behind my house... have never seen this species but it is amazing!

Another great find Jarred,beautiful,congrats and thanks for sharing

Middlesborough, Kentucky, USA

Lat: 36.61, Long: -83.72

Spotted on Apr 19, 2013
Submitted on Apr 20, 2013

Reference

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