Notes: If my ID is correct, this is the tiniest specimen of B. incarnatus I’ve ever seen — just a “baby”, but the key features are fully formed despite the size. Easy to miss but for the bright color in an otherwise all-brown forest this time of year.
On top of well decayed downed tree trunk.
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