Notes: Location: Burr Oak Woods, Indiana, USA
Habitat: Black Oak Woodland
Habit: Growing on the log of a white oak tree.
Fruiting body: irregularly fan-shaped.
Fruiting body color: Creamy color with brown scales.
Fruiting body Surface: Moist, slimy, and slippery.
Under Surface: White.
Pore surface: Pore becomes more clear and larger toward the base.
Pileal surface: scrobiculate.
Pileal surface: Moist, slippery and slimy.
Pileus size: 6.0cm
Stipe: lateral. Very short.
Stipe color: creamy and black toward the base
Stipe surface: moist. Squamulose and reticulated
Stipe shape and context: Clavate and solid.
Stipe length: 1.5 to 2.5 cm
Stipe width: 1.0 to 2.0 cm
Stipe Base: Inserted in the tree log.
Flesh color: White and thick.
Odor: Not distinctive.
Taste: Not distinctive
Volva type: None
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