When: 2015-07-19

Collection location: Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada [Click for map]

Who: Kathryn Lapenskie (WildForager)

No specimen available

Notes:
Photos were taken of three different specimens in a heavily wooded, coniferous forest. There was very little undergrowth, it is fairly moist in this area, and the ground is mostly covered in moss and pine needles.

The smallest of three observed was very bright yellow. The larger specimens were a slightly duller yellow. All three appear similar, just at slightly different stages of growth. I didn’t turn any over to look at the gills as I would like to watch them progress over time.

Images

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First specimen
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First and smallest specimen. Very yellow cap. Smallest of the three observed.
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First specimen
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Second specimen. Medium size (of three observed). Cap was a duller yellow.
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Second specimen
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Second specimen
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Second specimen
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Third and largest specimen. Dull yellow in colour. Growing near base of a coniferous tree.
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Third specimen
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Third specimen
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Third specimen

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