Beautiful weather for this walk and it was interesting to see how Wingfield Pines site had changed in this third visit for the year. The meadow was full with waist to shoulder high plants and there were plenty of butterflies flying around. Along side the river things were not so good for fungi. The river had burst its banks one or more times over the past month and washed away the leaf litter so there were not many terrestrial mushrooms. We did make a couple of interesting finds. The main one was a lot of Ductifera pululahuana ( White Jelly fungus). La Monte reported that he had only found it once before and I (Richard Jacob) had only seen it once before out of state. It seems to like the very wet well rotted tree trunks lying near the bank of the river. Most of the species found were saprophytes that eat dead matter. We only found a couple of symbiotic species. We would like to thank the gentleman who showed us a picture of the red capped bolete and then went back and picked it for us. We should be able to confirm the ID for that species shortly.

Species list entered by Richard Jacob. Species identified by La Monte Yarroll, John Plischke III and Richard Jacob.

List of species found on the walk at Wingfield Pines BioBlitz3:
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (Coral Slime),
Cerrena unicolor (Mossy Maze Polypore),
Conocybe lactea (White Dunce Cap),
Crepidotus applanatus (Flat Crep),
Cyathus striatus (Splash Cups),
Daedaleopsis confragosa (),
Diatrype stigma (),
Ductifera pululahuana ()
Gymnopus dryophilus (Oak-loving Collybia),
Hypocrea americana (),
Marasmius rotula (Pinwheel Marasmius),
Pluteus cervinus (Deer mushroom),
Pluteus longistriatus (Pleated Pluteus),
Polyporus elegans (Elegant Polypore),
Polyporus squamosus (Dryad’s Saddle, Pheasant Polypore),
Poronidulus conchifer (),
Russula mariae (Purple-bloom Russula),
Schizophyllum commune (Split Gill),
Scutellinia scutellata (Reddish Eyelash Cup),
Trichaptum biforme (Violet Toothed-Polypore)

Species not currently on clubs life list:
Russula species
Armillaria (mellea) rhizomorphs
Bovista sp. (very small)
Steccherinum sp.
Xerocomellus intermedius (), or possibly Xerocomellus chrysenteron (will check spores to confirm)