This orange jelly fungus is probably Dacrymyces palmatus. A nearby specimen had the whitish attachment point described in 'The Fungi of California.' Also similar to Tremella mesenterica and Tremella aurantia. Santa Monica Mountains, December 15, 2012.


This orange jelly fungus is probably Dacrymyces palmatus. A nearby specimen had the whitish attachment point described in 'The Fungi of California.' Also similar to Tremella mesenterica and Tremella aurantia. Santa Monica Mountains, December 15, 2012.



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