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Dead Man's Fingers

Description:

Yellow fungus.

Habitat:

Conifer forest of Western Hemlock and Sub-alpine Fir with an understory of Oregon Grape and Salal.

Notes:

Spotted by Bev along the trail to Radium Lake.

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5 Comments

JeanSawatzky
JeanSawatzky 7 years ago

Thanks Lipase,
I love finding strange fungi and plants while I'm out hiking in the Fraser Valley and also in Whatcom County, USA.

JeanSawatzky
JeanSawatzky 7 years ago

Yes - I can't believe all these great things were growing in our forests and I never SAW them before!

Another lifer, right?

Really cool, Jean!

Lipase
Lipase 7 years ago

bizarre, congrats on finding this interesting shroom

JeanSawatzky
Spotted by
JeanSawatzky

Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada

Spotted on Jul 30, 2013
Submitted on Aug 8, 2013

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