Notes: This looks a lot like Panellus serotinus but there are some differences having compared the two species. First the cap of this is rubbery not tough, watery, Where as in P serotinus they are tough and they have a pleasant taste these do not. They have a disgusting taste. There where growing on Oak in a shelving manner coming from underneath the log. These all had a short orange stem with fuzz on it where as others I have seen do not have a stalk but are directly connected to the log by the cap. gills are close but brown. spore print white.
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