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    #25936631 - 04/15/19 07:23 PM (9 days, 19 hours ago)

Was out hiking today and not sure what this is looks like witches butter:



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Re: help id [Re: killacali760]
    #25936655 - 04/15/19 07:37 PM (9 days, 19 hours ago)

Looks like Auricularia auricula

The species name might be different/changed, but it definitely looks like a wood ear


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Re: help id [Re: mind.at.large]
    #25936671 - 04/15/19 07:45 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

Haven't posted in awhile....Tremella species?


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    #25936686 - 04/15/19 07:57 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

The first one looks like Ascotremella faginea. The second one, I'm not sure, but looks like some bug eaten Auricularia auricula-judae.


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Re: help id [Re: Leak the cricket]
    #25936697 - 04/15/19 08:03 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

yeah the black seems to be Exidia glandulosa and the brown looks like Auricularia. when i originally found them the were on logs that were pretty close to each other so i thought they might have been same species different colors. but now after studying my pics and looking around online the top one looks like Exidia and bottom Auricularia.


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    #25936703 - 04/15/19 08:05 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

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The first one looks like Ascotremella faginea. The second one, I'm not sure, but looks like some bug eaten Auricularia auricula-judae.




I guess being in West Virginia and Ireland are different? Maybe the same? Am I confused?


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Re: help id [Re: Leak the cricket]
    #25936714 - 04/15/19 08:08 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

Depends on if you're in Ireland,WV lol:wink:


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Re: help id [Re: Duggstar]
    #25936730 - 04/15/19 08:15 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

Does Ascotremella ever get that dark?


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    #25936741 - 04/15/19 08:20 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

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The first one looks like Ascotremella faginea. The second one, I'm not sure, but looks like some bug eaten Auricularia auricula-judae.




I guess being in West Virginia and Ireland are different? Maybe the same? Am I confused?



Are you talking about the Ascotremella faginea? I don't believe it was ever called 'Tramella'. Synonyms include Haematomyces fagineus, and Neobulgaria faginea.


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    #25936759 - 04/15/19 08:29 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

yes i was talking about Ascotremella. the Ascotremella seems to be more burgundy color and what i found seemed more brown colored like Exidia glandulosa.


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    #25936777 - 04/15/19 08:37 PM (9 days, 18 hours ago)

Actually, I think Exidia glandulosa is correct.


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    #25936792 - 04/15/19 08:44 PM (9 days, 17 hours ago)

cool thanks for the info. the little brown ones in the second pic seem to be just starting out guess i'll have to wait till they get bigger before i can i'd them. this was my first time ever coming across jelly fungi pretty crazy looking stuff. this is my first spring i get to explore the Appalachian's. lots of cool plants and fungi ive never seen before.


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