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According to Burdsall this species occurs on large logs in old growth conifer forests. I am sure I have overlooked it, thinking it was the broadleaf species, L.sulphureus.
It is an eastern species which Noah found several times in the same park last week.
a distinguishing feature for this species? I seem to recall having (rarely) collected Sulfur Shelf on hemlock.
Fertile surface on this collection looks lighter than sulphureus but not so pale as cincinnatus.
Created: 2013-05-30 16:55:12 EDT (-0400)
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