Notes: Found on an a fallen Western hemlock log. Flash used on all images.
Annual growth layers much more prominent with this species in my experience. G. brown(more common in California) has a yellow pore layer underneath and is much more compact in layered structure.
Fresh white pore layer of fresh growth visible.
Elevation: approx. 3200ft.
Temp: low 80’s.
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