Inwood Hill Park - Apr 16, 2022

NYMS pop-up walk in Inwood Hill Park on Saturday 4/16/22. Beautiful spring weather, 65 degrees with some rain in the previous week. Nonetheless very few fungi (57 species). 22 members showed up. This walk was notable for the very first documentation of a specimen by drone. Member Anthony Chaney managed to snap a picture of a Fulvifomes robiniae 20 ft up a locust tree by skillfully navigating his drone through the overstory.

*=new to park   **=new to city

 

Ascomycetes

Annulohypoxylon annulatum
Apiosporina morbosa
*Arachnopeziza sp.
cf. aurata
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Biscogniauxia marginata
Camarops petersii
Camillea punctulata
Camillea tinctor
Creosphaeria sassafras
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype decorticata
Erysiphe liriodendri
Graphostroma platystomum
Hypoxylon fragiforme
Hypoxylon howeanum
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Immotthia atrograna
Kretzschmaria deusta
Lachnum sp.
cf. virgineum
Peroneutypa scoparia
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum
Rosellinia corticium
Whalleya microplaca
Xylaria sp.
cf. polymorpha
 

Crusts & Parchment

Botryobasidium simile
Hydnoporia olivacea
Peniophora albobadia
Radulomyces copelandii
Stereum complicatum
Stereum fasciatum
Stereum lobatum
Xylobolus frustulatus
 

Cyphelloid Fungi

*Henningsomyces sp.
 

Gilled Fungi

Coprinellus Sect.-Micacei
Panellus stipticus
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune
 

Jelly Fungi

Auricularia sp.
Exidia crenata
 

Myxomycetes

Physarum sp.
 

Polypores

Cerioporus squamosus
Cerrena unicolor
Daedalea quercina
Dentocorticium portoricense
Fulvifomes robiniae
Fuscoporia gilva
Ganoderma applanatum
**Ganoderma megaloma
Gloeoporus dichrous
Irpex lacteus
Ischnoderma resinosum
Trametes betulina
Trametes conchifer
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes lactinea
Trametes versicolor
Trichaptum biforme