Notes: These are very small. The large one is 1.8cm across. Found in a mixed forest. I think the wood is Douglas Fir but not sure. The pores are very small and creamy colored, turning dingy after a day in my house. the upper surface of the larger one is chestnut brown with creamy margins and a “bloom” where I’ve drawn it lighter. There are pores on the stipe and there’s an interesting little “pad” under both stipes that, on the larger one, connects to the upper surface. The smaller one is mostly cream colored with a patch of the chestnut brown radiating from the inner center. I’m working on a spore print.
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