About 15 people spent the morning hunting for bargains err mushrooms in Hartwood acres. The weather was clear which meant a cool start but it warmed up nicely by lunchtime. Nothing was really in abundance but there was a good mixture of species found from small ascomycetes to larger mushrooms. Standouts were Cudoniella acicularis (Oak Pin), identified by Adam Haritan that had not been previously identified by the club and a solitary beautiful Parrot mushroom. Other species of note was Radulomyces copelandii (Asian beauty) an invasive species. There were a number of edible mushrooms brought to the table: Brick tops, Blewits and late fall oysters along with some other species that were past their prime. Finally quite a few crust and parchment mushrooms were brought in and identified.

Species identified by Sarah Banach, Adam Haritan, Richard Jacob Judy Mackenroth, John Plischke III and Jim Wasik. Species list entered by Richard Jacob.

List of species found on the walk at Black Friday walk at Hartwood Acres:
[icon style=”camera”] Ascocoryne sarcoides (Purple Jelly Drops),
[icon style=”camera”] Bisporella citrina (Yellow Fairy Cups),
[icon style=”camera”] Clitocybe subconnexa (),
[icon style=”camera”] Clitocybe nuda (Blewit),
[icon style=”camera”] Cudoniella acicularis (),
[icon style=”camera”] Daedalea quercina (Thick-maze Oak Polypore),
[icon style=”camera”] Daldinia concentrica (Carbon Balls),
[icon style=”camera”] Diatrype stigma (),
[icon style=”camera”] Exidia recisa (Brown jelly roll),
[icon style=”camera”] Galerina marginata (),
[icon style=”camera”] Ganoderma applanatum (Artist’s Conk),
[icon style=”camera”] Gliophorus psittacinus (Parrot Mushroom),
[icon style=”camera”] Gloeoporus dichrous (),
[icon style=”camera”] Hemitrichia serpula (),
[icon style=”camera”] Hericium erinaceus (Bearded Tooth),
[icon style=”camera”] Hydnochaete olivaceus (),
[icon style=”camera”] Hymenochaete tabacina (Northern Brown Crust),
[icon style=”camera”] Hypholoma lateritium (Brick top),
[icon style=”camera”] Irpex lacteus (Milk-white Toothed-Polypore),
[icon style=”camera”] Ischnoderma resinosum (Resinous Polypore),
[icon style=”camera”] Laetiporus sulphureus (Chicken Mushroom; Sulphur Shelf),
[icon style=”camera”] Lycogala terrestre (),
[icon style=”camera”] Morganella pyriformis (Pear-shaped Puffball),
[icon style=”camera”] Nectria cinnabarina (Coral Spot Fungus),
[icon style=”camera”] Neofavolus alveolaris (Hexagonal-pored Polypore),
[icon style=”camera”] Panellus serotinus (Late Fall Oyster),
[icon style=”camera”] Peniophora albobadia (Giraffe spots),
[icon style=”camera”] Phlebia radiata (),
[icon style=”camera”] Phyllotopsis nidulans (Mock Oyster),
[icon style=”camera”] Radulomyces copelandii (Asian beauty),
[icon style=”camera”] Resupinatus applicatus (Black Jelly Oyster),
[icon style=”camera”] Schizophyllum commune (Split Gill),
[icon style=”camera”] Schizopora paradoxa (),
[icon style=”camera”] Scutellinia scutellata (Reddish Eyelash Cup),
[icon style=”camera”] Scutellinia setosa (),
[icon style=”camera”] Serpula lacrimans (Dry rot),
[icon style=”camera”] Stereum complicatum (Crowded Parchment),
[icon style=”camera”] Stereum ostrea (False Turkey-tail),
[icon style=”camera”] Trametes gibbosa (Lumpy bracket),
[icon style=”camera”] Trametes versicolor (Turkey-tail),
[icon style=”camera”] Tremella foliacea (Jelly Leaf),
[icon style=”camera”] Trichaptum biforme (Violet Toothed-Polypore),
[icon style=”camera”] Tubaria furfuracea (Fringed Tubaria),
[icon style=”camera”] Xylobolus frustulatus (Ceramic Parchment)

Species not identified to species level:
Psathyrella sp.
Phellinus sp
Mycena sp.

Rather than using the species name Trametes elegans I have used Trametes gibbosa.
I identified Scutellinia setosa using a microscope looking at spores from the same location a couple of weeks ago but I forgot the specimen home to check but I presume that it is the same thing.