Notes:
Very interesting collections of this species found in multiple locations here today. Has the appearance of Tricholomopsis decora from a distance, but this species has an infundibuliforme cap(depressed in center) and decurrent all yellow gills down the stem. Entire fruiting body uniformly dull yellow. Fruiting from rotting wood-alder in one collection and doug fir in another. Fruiting primarily in a cespitose fashion. Stems slightly textured and minutely hirsute towards base. Cap dry, slightly granulose-waxy.

Saved herbarium collection for the species to investigate further/microscopy.

Elevation: Sea level.

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Almost has characteristics of Craterellus- but these have true, waxy gills and not hymenium.
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This collections was nearby on a well rotted hardwood(alder). The earlier images were on rotted Doug fir.
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This collections was nearby on a well rotted hardwood(alder). The earlier images were on rotted Doug fir.
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This collections was nearby on a well rotted hardwood(alder). The earlier images were on rotted Doug fir.

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