Notes: I did not find any quality specimens of this species, they all seem to have been eaten by insects or dried out completely, there was some blue bruising on the bad where the mycelium meets the fruiting body, in last pic you can see.
These grew exclusively on dead cabbage palms.
This is as far north as I’ve seen these.
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