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Sam Houston Forest near Stubblefield, Texas, January 14, 2021

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 - Sam Houston Forest near Stubblefield, Texas  (Photomontage of 33 large thumbnails)

Olive duster crust fungus (Coniophora olivacea) on a pine log on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Olive duster fungus (Coniophora olivacea) on a pine log without bark on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Olive duster crust fungus (Coniophora olivacea) and its hyphae on a pine log on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Pattern of olive duster crust fungus (Coniophora olivacea) on a pine log on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Gasteroid fungus Glomus or may be Endogone on wet sandy soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak in a relatively wet area with oaks, large pines and Yaupon around, on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Yellow woolly surface of small gasteroid mushrooms Glomus or may be Endogone (largest size 1 cm) on wet sandy soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Darker brown brain-like interior under woolly surface of small gasteroid mushrooms Glomus or may be Endogone on soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Gasteroid fungus Glomus or may be Endogone in a small soil cavity under half-burnt fallen pine or oak in a relatively wet area with oaks, large pines and Yaupon around, on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Very soft gasteroid mushrooms Glomus or may be Endogone on soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Close-up of soft brain-like structure inside a gasteroid mushroom Glomus or may be Endogone on soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Small soft gasteroid mushrooms Glomus or may be Endogone covered by yellow wool on soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Reddish umbilical cords at the bottom of gasteroid mushroom Glomus or may be Endogone covered by yellow wool on soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Half-broken soft gasteroid mushroom Glomus or may be Endogone covered by yellow wool on soil under half-burnt fallen pine or oak on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Pendent bracket mushrooms (Irpicodon pendulus) on a vertically cut surface of a pine log left on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Shaded view of pendent bracket mushrooms (Irpicodon pendulus) on a vertically cut surface of a pine log left on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Small hydnoid fungus Irpicodon pendulus on a vertically cut surface of a pine log on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Clusters of hydnoid mushrooms Irpicodon pendulus on a vertically cut surface of a pine log on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Details of hydnoid mushrooms Irpicodon pendulus on a vertically cut surface of a pine log on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Close-up view of pendent bracket mushrooms (Irpicodon pendulus) on a vertically cut surface of a pine log on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Small caps of pendent bracket mushrooms (Irpicodon pendulus) on a vertically cut surface of a pine log on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Milkcap mushrooms Lactarius chrysorrheus(?) on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsForest Service Rd 215B, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Underside of milkcap mushrooms Lactarius chrysorrheus(?) on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsForest Service Rd 215B, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Cross section of milkcap mushrooms Lactarius chrysorrheus(?) on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Dissected milkcap mushrooms Lactarius chrysorrheus(?) on overgrown Forest Road 215B on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsForest Service Rd 215B, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Side view of a pale brittlegill (Russula) mushroom in area of a recent prescribed burn on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Gills of a pale brittlegill (Russula) mushroom on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Cap of a pale brittlegill (Russula) mushroom on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Cross section of a pale brittlegill (Russula) mushroom on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Rustgill mushrooms Gymnopilus penetrans or may be G. sapineus on a pine log on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Dense cluster of rustgill mushrooms Gymnopilus penetrans or may be G. sapineus on a rotting pine log on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

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Bolete mushrooms Suillus hirtellus in a pine forest on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Silver-blue milkcap mushrooms (Lactarius paradoxus) on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

Cross section of silver-blue milkcap mushrooms (Lactarius paradoxus) on Stubblefield section of Lone Star hiking trail north from Trailhead No. 6 in Sam Houston National Forest. Texas, January 14, 2021

Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

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