Notes: Although T. pallidum is a common species here, which I have IDed many times, I wonder about the applicability of this name: Tremellodendron merismatoides.
Branches on this collection are thin and elongate.
Spores shaped variously, not small but difficult to see clearly, even with the use of a stain (Congo red). I would not describe many of the ones I observed as “sausage shaped.”
Tremellodendron pallidum (Schwein.) Burt on MyCoPortal
Tremellodendron pallidum on MycoBank
Preferred Name: Tremellodendron schweinitzii (Peck) G.F. Atk.
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