Notes: Mushrooms growing on a log resting in a pond. The mushrooms were whitish with brown fine tuft-like scales. The smaller samples were darker.
The spore bearing surface was white radial gill-ridges with regular cross-veins. The stem was shorter than the mushrooms were wide and were tough when I tried to remove a stem from a cap. The stems were also scaley.
The cap is very thin with little to no flesh. The largest cap appeared to be about 2.5 inches across, but I could measure it as it was further out along the log into the water.
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