Notes: Weather: Found after Snow melted for 2 days
Habitat: Fallen Branch, I think Oak.
Odor: Earthy, Mushroom Musk
Taste: Almost peppery, but not really distinct at all
Pileus: 2in[5cm] becoming 1.5in[4cm] dry. Umbonate, Slightly soft, even and rough, quite fleshy, almost Rugose-like striate. White with Wood Colored striping, becoming darker tan with brown striping while drying. Possibly sun damaged color.
Margin: Slightly Wavy, becoming incurved while drying.
Lamellae: Polypore, Drier near margin, fleshy toward center. Dark Brown.
Mycellium: White, only where attached to branch, had to remove fruiting body to see.
Spore Print: None. Wouldn’t drop any.
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Would anyone agree this is Deadaleopsis confragosa or a variation of?
The lamellae are kind of crushed slightly in the center, there was ice formation in the pores so the water may have expanded bending some of the lamellae.
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