Immature fruiting bodies were found emerging through leaf litter and on older specimens. Young specimens have a brown to orange (slightly lacquered) base that transitions to a white top. An expanding, white, pored, fertile surface can be seen in some of these. Mature specimen is dark red-brown to cinnamon with a similarly colored stalk. Pores have aged to dark brown/black.


Growing on buried roots beneath a decaying willow oak (Quercus phellos) stump


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