Alley Pond Park - Aug 20, 2022

While the mushrooms are still hiding all too successfully, a good time was had by all who came to the pop-up walk at Alley Pond Park. It was attended by two dozen desperate mycophiles. No mychorrhizal fungi. Polypores did try to valiantly fill the absence of the agarics, with some notable successes. The stats of the walk are: 22 people attending. Extremely dry conditions. 51 species…

*=new to park   **=new to city

 

Ascomycetes

Anteaglonium globosum
Apiosporina morbosa
Aurantioporthe corni
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Biscogniauxia mediterranea
Camillea punctulata
Cosmospora sp.
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype decorticata
Graphostroma platystomum
Hypoxylon fragiforme
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Jackrogersella cohaerens
Kretzschmaria deusta
Lachnellula ellisiana
Nitschkia sp.
Peroneutypa scoparia
Whalleya microplaca
Xylaria liquidambar
Xylaria polymorpha
 

Crusts & Parchment

Dendrothele nivosa
Hydnoporia olivacea
Mycoacia uda
Peniophora albobadia
Steccherinum ochraceum
Stereum complicatum
Stereum fasciatum
Stereum lobatum
Stereum subtomentosum
Xylobolus frustulatus
 

Gilled Fungi

Panellus stipticus
Pleurotus pulmonarius
Schizophyllum commune
 

Myxomycetes

Fuligo septica
Hemitrichia sp.
*Reticularia lycoperdon
 

Polypores

Bondarzewia berkeleyi
Cerrena unicolor
Fulvifomes robiniae
Ganoderma lobatum
Ganoderma sessile
Irpex lacteus
Loweomyces fractipes
Niveoporofomes spraguei
Phaeolus schweinitzii
Trametes betulina
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes lactinea
Trametes versicolor
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces fumidiceps