Observation 191745: Phlebia incarnata (Schwein.) Nakasone and Burds.

When: 2014-11-25

Collection location: Sam Houston National Forest, Montgomery Co., Texas, USA [Click for map]

Who: brico2223

No specimen available

Location: New Waverly, Texas
Habitat: Sam Houston National Forest
Habit: lower surface of a fallen tree
Pileus Size: N/A
Pileus Color: coral pink to a faded red in areas where pressed
Pileus Surface: moist
Stipe Surface: N/A
Pileal Surface: N/A
Pileus Margin: N/A
Pileal Shape: N/A
Gill Attachment: N/A
Gill Margin: N/A
Gills/Lamellae: N/A
Odor/Taste: N/A
Latex: N/A
Gill Color: N/A
Gill Length: N/A
Location of Stipe: sessile
Stipe Surface: N/A
Annulus: N/A
Stipe Shape: N/A
Stipe Content: N/A
Stipe Color: N/A
Stipe Length: N/A
Stipe Width: N/A
Stipe Base: N/A
Volva Type: N/A

Note: The overall shape would be described as a bracket-like. The margin was white in color as well as the undersurface which looked like wrinkly false gills that were pretty shallow. If any part of the top was pressed, it changed color to a darker pink to red.

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Used references: Mushrooms of the Midwest

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