Notes: This is a weird one. It seems to be a polypore, though fleshier than most. It was growing terrestrially with lateral attachment to the ground on a slight slope; probably from buried wood or associated with a nearby tree. (White and jack pine and some hardwoods; Zone 12.)
Underside has somewhat irregular pores with a fine fuzz around the pore mouths. Smaller caps were projecting under the big one. The big one’s top was a mess but these sheltered caps are yellow and somewhat concentrically zoned about their lateral attachment points.
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