Notes: Effuse-reflexed, hairy white caps attached to deciduous wood. Hymenophore tan to orange, pores irregular and relatively large. I can’t tell from these photos if they are anastomosing or not. Went out last Wednesday to the same spot, but the logs were pushed into a larger pile, and I couldn’t find them again. The photos were taken after I cut the fungi from the logs. The last two photos were taken on 9/29/2012 in a different location. The caps are colored differently, and they seem to be gelatinous. Pores are the same as the other pics. Could they be the same species?
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