Solitary or in small clusters broadly attached to fallen twigs and branches of hardwoods in a Rhododendron dominated section of trail.
Fruitbody diameter: 2.5-3.0 cm wide; inner fertile surface shallow, pale yellow, smooth; exterior surface rough, black, convoluted; context thick, white, firm; odor and taste not distinctive.
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Seems to be quite a bit more rare than Galiella rufa. This was collected during a foray with the Cumberland Mycological Society and I do have the specimen but I was not the collector. There seams to be a paucity of photos in the field for this mushroom. If I find it, I would like to get some shots in situ.
I have only seen it twice
Created: 2012-07-15 20:36:17 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2012-09-16 17:09:38 PDT (-0700)
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