Notes: Always found on dead aspen logs. A lot like F. velutipes, viscid cap, white spores, clustered growth. I was told that in the mountains on aspen it is a different species. I saw enough of it to see, it does look slightly different, the caps were more yellow-brown, and not with the orange colors of F. velutipes.
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