Collection location: Allegany State Park, Red House, New York, USA [Click for map]
42.0685° -78.757° 580m
on deciduous wood, very pruinose stem, you can see my thumb and forefinger left prints
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I think buried or well decayed wood so that would be consistent. I almost didn’t post this because I was thinking the same thing. I uploaded another closeup not the best focus however.
a young Hymenopellis furfuracea, except the cap appears faintly translucent-striate instead of showing the typical radial wrinkles. Was it directly on wood or growing from buried wood?
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