2500 ft, March 9, 2010
By Herman Brown, Greenville, CA
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| On Tuesday, March 8, we decided to take a
trip back to an area about 2500 ft.
The number of fungi we saw was pretty small, except for some different-looking helvellas and orange cup fungus. Too cold, I suspect, for much more.
We did find a few blewits, and one of what at first thought my be a man on horseback, the Tricholoma flavovirens.
Below are most of the pictures I took for the day:
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