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Creation date / 2011 / September
- Sheridan Glacier rd Cr S
Sheridan Glacier seen from the road. the creek is full of salmons in season.
- Artomyces piperatus Cordova 2012 cr S
Artomyces piperatus, looks like a coral but is related to Earth fans, Cordova 2012.
- Landscape near Cordova S
Landscape of the Copper River Delta near Cordova Ak
- Craterellus tubaeformis Cordova 2011 DW S
Craterellus tubaeformis - Yellow feet or winrer chanterelle. There are no true Chanterelles growing that far North in Alaska. Cordova 2011 DW S
- Russula aeruginea Cordova tight 2011 DW S
Russula aeruginea, one of the good edible green Brittlegills.
- Hydnum repandum Cordova DW S
Hydnum repandum, a choice edible Chanterelle relative with spines under the cap, Cordova.
- Polyozellus multiplex Cordova DW S
The stunning Polyozellus multiplex, commonly known in Alaska as Black Chanterelle, though it is related to Earth fans, not Chnaterelles, Cordova
- Macowanites Cordova DW S
Macowanites is a Lactarius relative, on its way to an underground existence. Cordova Ak.
- Catathelasma imperiale Cordova 2011 DW S
Catathelasma imperiale, the Big Cat, edible, but not necessarily delicious, Cordova 2011.
- Lyophyllum decastes Cordova 2011 DW S
Lyophyllum decastes, Fried Chicken Mushroom, often growing along road ways as also in this case, Cordova 2011
- Hydnum umbilicatum Cordova DW S
Belly-button hedgehog - Hydnum umbilicatum, a choice edible growing near Cordova AK
- Amanita augusta Cordova 11 DW S
Amanita augusta, Yellow Patches, formerly known as A. franchetti, Cordova
- Alloclavaria purpurea Cordova 2011 DW S
Alloclavaria purpurea seen in Cordova Sept. 1, 2011
- Cordova in rain and fog Cr S
Cordova in rain and fog. At least the mushrooms love that kind of weather!