Notes: on well decomposed down log. Sharing its home with Megacollybia rodmanii and Tubifera.
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The log was on a pretty serious slope, the fruiting on the bottom end. I am not sure this was the butt end of the log or the top, but it appeared advantageous to be on the low side – plenty of moisture coming toward it. I have a couple other photos to post.
it growing near the butt end of the log? There is also a white pored version of L. sulphureus.
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