This species is recognizable by its small size, gelatinous build and teeth on the underside. It resembles a tongue with a well developed stalk — somewhat translucent. It seems to grow on small rotting branches and logs. Found among pines. It will resist squishing and instead slide away from you. Included is a microscopic image of the cruciate-septate basidia of this specimen (the coloring is from dye).
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