Notes:
not readily identified as C. fulgens on the basis of little if any visible bruising/staining and the occurrence on wood. later microscopically confirmed:

(5.6) 5.7 – 6.5 (6.9) × (5.4) 5.5 – 6.3 (6.5) µm
Q = 1 – 1.06 (1.1) ; N = 15
Me = 6.1 × 5.9 µm ; Qe = 1

measured w/ Piximetre

Substrate: decomposing, friable, white-rotted wood

Habitat: not specified, but on private property containing buckthorn, hawthorn, larch, black locust, red pine, scotch pine, norway spruce, sugar maple and apple.

Ecoregion: Eastern Great Lakes lowland forest (NA0407)

Collector: Jean Fahey

Collection #: n/a

Collected on the property of retired Syracuse University botanist and science librarian, Pauline Monz, for the Central New York Mycologcal Society (CNYMS) April 2017 Pompey Foray.

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