Notes:
Mushroom growing in a southern Wisconsin woodland on a fallen dead hardwood log, possibly American elm. Both photos are of the same specimen.

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Found in the wild in Pennsylvania yesterday
By: Kerry Givens (kgivens)
2017-10-08 01:13:55 AEDT (+1100)

Guess it escapes from cultivation regularly now. Posted new observation with photos of specimens I found near Allentown, PA yesterday.

Recent naturalization
By: Andi (lisasochi)
2017-07-26 04:38:42 AEST (+1000)

From what I can tell, they’ve only started cropping up in the Midwest over the last 5-10 years. I sequenced two specimens from Wisconsin recently and they were both very closely related to Asian specimens with sequences in GenBank. I just set up email tracking for this species— hoping to collect more specimens from across North America!

Yes
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2017-06-16 04:23:43 AEST (+1000)

It’s not uncommon to see P. citrinopileatus in the midwest. Perhaps escaped from cultivation, or maybe there is a similar looking midwestern taxon.

Found in the wild in North America?
By: Gary Shackelford (Gary Shackelford)
2017-06-15 22:32:33 AEST (+1000)

Does Pleurotus citrinopileatus grow in the wild in North America? My specimen was found in a remote woodland in southern Wisconsin.

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