These are very common in Patagonian forests, growing in small to more often massive clusters like these. Possibly associated with wood, but again never directly on wood. CAP dry, smooth, always cracking, fading from orange to yellowish in age, margin with tattered remnants of evanescent veil; FLESH pale yellowish-brownish; GILL yellowish to more often dingy yellowish-brownish, adnate; SPORES dark brown (visible both at 20x on gill face and as print on underlying caps in older clusters).
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Created: 2009-02-15 10:40:11 PST (-0800)
Last modified: 2009-02-15 10:40:11 PST (-0800)
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