Notes: FB was 8 × 5 cm, Upper branches appeared more orange and lower branches and upper stipe appeared more yellow than is apparent in the pictures. The flesh in the upper branches was orange and when the flesh was removed the outer layer was yellow. The flesh was non-amyloid, some hyphae clamped and the spores were 8-10 × 3.5-4, Avg.=8.1 x3.65. Habitat was a Doug Fir and Western Hemlock forest. It appears closest to R. sandaracina but the spores are longer and narrower, there is no bruising reaction and the was no noticeable odor.
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