Observation 83901: Gymnopilus penetrans (Fr.) Murrill
When: 2011-11-17
(42.7056° -73.8429° )
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Found growing in hole on piece of Pitch Pine Bark. There were two growing next to each other, separate. They were probably 1/2-5/8" tall when I found them, and I have one left, dried, and it is approximately 1/4" tall (at most!)

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Recognized by sight: Small size, on pine

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Alan, how come
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2011-12-03 11:39:03 CET (+0100)

you are so confident about sapineus? From these photos only?
There’s a handful of other species growing on wood. G. penetrans is probably the most common one, but there’s also a tiny Peck-species named bellulus with a bright orange rusty cap and equally bright, deep yellow gills and rusty yellow stem. This could actually be it, but microscopy is needed (small spores).

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