Kissena Park – 02/03/2019

NYMS Pop-Up Walk, Kissena Park, Queens, February 3, 2019

Eleven people showed up for the first ever NYMS walk in Kissena Park. A mild day after a cold, cold week. We turned up some interesting fungi: Rhytidhysteron rufulum, which had been found only once before in NYC (February 2016 in High Rock Park, Staten Island, found by Hiromi); and a couple of firsts for the city – the fantastically fragrant Trametes suaveolens, growing on a dead cottonwood tree; Hypoxylon perforatum; the slime mold Dictydiaethalium plumbeum.

*= New to NYC

ASCOMYCETES

Annulohypoxylon sp.
Apiosporina morbosa
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Cosmospora sp.
Diatrype stigma
Durella sp.
Eutypa limiformis
Eutypella scoparia
*Hypoxylon perforatum
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Kretzschmaria deusta
Melogramma gyrosum
Nitschkia broomeana
*Oedohysterium sinense
Patellaria atrata
Phomopsis sp. (on pokeweed)
Psiloglonium pusillum
Rhytidhysteron rufulum
Unknown Eutypelloid Pyrenomycete on a brown stroma
Unknown bitunicate on London Plane (Lophiostomataceae)
Unknown brown blobby thing

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Byssomerulius corium
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea (Hydnochaete olivacea)
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Peniophora incarnata
Stereum complictum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Merismodes anomala

POLYPORES

Antrodia malicola
Ceriporia sp.
Daedaleopsis confragosa
Irpex lactea
Laetiporus sp. (OLD)
Phellinus robiniae
Tremetes betulina (Lenzites betulina)
Trametes conchifer
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes hirsuta
Trametes lactinea
*Trametes suaveolens
Trametes versicolor
Trichaptum biforme

GILLED FUNGI

Flammulina velutipes
Panellus stipticus
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune

GASTEROMYCETES

Crucibulum laeve
Cyathus striatus
Calvatia gigantea

JELLY FUNGI

Exidia glandulosa
Exidia recisa
Myxarium nucleatum
Tremella aurantia

MYXOMYCETES

*Dictydiaethalium plumbeum
Hemitrchia sp.
Metatrichia vesparium