Alley Pond Park - Jul 16, 2022

Alley Pond Park, Queens, Pop-up Walk, July 16, 2022. After a long dry spell, the skies delivered about an inch of rain just as our walk was set to begin. (Meanwhile, most of Brooklyn remained dry.) One stunning Amanita subcokeri nom. prov. appeared in the woods despite the long dry spell. A pine which we know to host both Lachnellula resinaria and Lachnellula ellisiana was awash in the tiny white and yellow cups of the latter species, which must have perked up because of the drenching rain. It was also massive polypore day. We found a very impressive Berkeley's Polypore where we regularly see it near the restrooms and Barry Ma found a huge Black-staining Polypore. At the other end of the scale, Porodisculus pendulus, the smallest polypore, made an appearance as well.

*=new to park   **=new to city

 

Ascomycetes

Annulohypoxylon annulatum
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
*Biscogniauxia mediterranea
Camillea punctulata
Camillea tinctor
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype decorticata
*Eutypella leprosa
*Helminthosphaeria clavariarum
Hyalorbilia inflatula
Hypomyces aurantius
Hypoxylon fragiforme
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Jackrogersella cohaerens
Jackrogersella multiformis
Lachnellula ellisiana
*Lachnum sp.
Lophodermium pinastri
*Mollisiaceae spp.
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum
Rosellinia subiculata
Trichoderma gelatinosum-complex
Trichoderma sulphureum
Whalleya microplaca
Xylaria liquidambar
Xylaria polymorpha
Zythia resinae
 

Atractiellomycetes

Helicogloea compressa
 

Coral & Club Fungi

*Clavulina coralloides
 

Crusts & Parchment

Botryobasidium sp.
Dendrothele nivosa
Hydnophlebia chrysorhiza
Hydnoporia olivacea
Peniophora albobadia
Plicaturopsis crispa
Punctularia strigosozonata
Stereum complicatum
*Stereum fasciatum
Stereum lobatum
Stereum subtomentosum
Xylobolus frustulatus
Xylobolus subpileatus
**Xylodon flaviporus
 

Gasteromycetes

Scleroderma cepa
 

Gilled Fungi

Amanita onusta
Amanita subcokeri
nom. prov.
Coprinellus sp.
Crepidotus sp.
*Inocybaceae sp.
Inocybe species IN-24
*Lactarius sp.
Closest species match L. hepaticus at around 95%
Marasmius sp.
Megacollybia rodmanii
Mycena sp.
Mycena cf. meliigena (or something like it on pine)
Mycena sp.
Oudemansiella sp.
Panellus stipticus
*Pleurotus pulmonarius
Pluteus cervinus-complex
**Pluteus hongoi
**Pluteus pellitus
Resupinatus applicatus
Russula sp.
red, dark disc
Russula sp.
foetid
Russula spp.
2 or 3 others
Schizophyllum commune
 

Jelly Fungi

Auricularia sp.
Calocera cornea
Exidia crenata
Exidia nigricans
 

Myxomycetes

Fuligo septica
 

Polypores

Bondarzewia berkeleyi
Cerioporus leptocephalus
Cerioporus squamosus
Cerrena unicolor
Fulvifomes robiniae
Ganoderma lobatum
Ganoderma applanatum
Irpex lacteus
Meripilus sumstinei
Niveoporofomes spraguei
Porodisculus pendulus
Trametes betulina
old
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes lactinea
Trametes versicolor
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces chioneus
Tyromyces fumidiceps