Growing on dead branches, logs, stumps, in a coniferous forest. Found it in countless places today. Shorter-stemmed than what I was seeing a month ago. Odor the same—-slightly farinaceous. Stem always strong yellow.
Typical spores 9.5-10 × 6.5-7 microns.
Which of the numerous varieties of epipterygia this one is? Maybe we’ll find out later.
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Created: 2011-12-04 04:32:30 EST (-0500)
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