Notes: Growing on ground in mature Mahoe (Hibiscus elatus) forest. Cap 17-19mm, depressed, with hole in center and splitting when mature, color fading from orange in the center to dark orange / green / yellow green, to green / olive grean near margin, margin edge orange / yellow orange, incurved. Gills distant, thick, 4mm deep, pale green, unequal. Stipe 40-45mm x 3-4mm, neon yellow with hints of green and orange, hollow.
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Yes and no…. My collections are from the sustainable forestry project where I live, which is a part of the Institute of Ecotechnics. Also I lead groups of Earthwatch volunteers here several times a year making collections, photographing, and describing fungi. However this is largely a personal project.
Welcome to Mushroomobserver.
Can I ask if you made these collections (and microphotos, etc) as part of an institution-affiliated academic project?
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