Pileus dimidiate, imbricate, often narrowly attached, with a prominent umbo, variable in habit and size, soft, spongy when fresh, fragile when dry, 1-2 X 3-6 X 0.5-1.5 em.; surface sod- den, tomentose or villose-tomentose, azonate, murinous or griseous when fresh, becoming caesious or fading to nearly pure- white on drying, often nearly glabrous with age; context white, soft, friable, 5-8 mm. thick; tubes long and slender, 5-10 mm. long, caesious within, collapsing, friable, mouths angular, 3-4 to a mm., edges white or bluish-gray, very thin, dentate to long and sharply lacerate; spores elongate, 5-5.5 X 1.5 p..
Occasional in VVashington and Oregon on dead coniferous wood. It occurs also on deciduous wood.
Created: 2007-01-10 00:05:32 EST (-0500) by Nathan Wilson (nathan)
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