Notes: Growing gregariously on decaying leaves under hardwoods (mostly oak, maple, and tulip trees).
Cap 4-7cm at maturity. Bright yellow to light tan in color (depending, apparently, on level of light exposure. Bodies still under leaves were more yellow, while those in the open were a more uniform tan). Cap covered with minute, brown hairs. Taste indistinctive.
Pore surface yellowish-tan, pores radially arranged and adnexed.
Tubes 7-10mm long and a darker yellow-green than the bright yellow flesh of the cap. Tubes did not separate cleanly from the cap. Spore print olive.
Stem 3-5cm long, 7-10mm wide, firm, usually club shaped, and covered with glandular dots.
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Created: 2011-10-11 06:58:15 PDT (-0700)
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