Collection location: Larksville, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Small yellowish caps with yellowish-orange attached gills and two different lenghts of Lamellulae; a centrally attached stipe that tapers towards the base with abundant white hyphae. Spore print rusty brown. Found on twigs Of Virginia Pine (Pinus Virginiana).
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I started to propose G. penetrans and was advised that the name was deprecated. The site showed two varieties of G. penetrans that I knew nothing about. Then I remembered reading Kuo’s article about the confusion between that species and G. sapineus. Hence my proposal.
G. penetrans, as a possible alternative. There have been a few good discussions about the possible differences between these two species… if they are in fact different. For instance…
MO now tells me that “Gymnopilus penetrans” is a depreciated name, but no alternative name was suggested. So, I’m guessing that the currently accepted status is as per Kuo’s claim that the two names should be regarded as synonyms.
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