Notes:
Ecoregion: Southern Outer Piedmont
Habitat: In mixed hardwood forest
Substrate: Soil
Nearest_Tree: Hardwood (oak) & conifer (Pinus taeda, Loblolly pine{
Habit: Single
Cap/upper_surface: ca. 6 cm diameter; low convex; smooth; brown with slight pink brown areas.
Cap/underside: Gills distant; running almost halfway down stipe; short gills frequent; bright yellow with black streaks
Stipe: ca. 5 cm long; ca. 1 cm diameter at apex; tapering to narrower at the base. Basal mycelium color not determined
Collector: Joan Knapp
Identifier: Joan Knapp
Collection_#: FYA-20170721-11

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Basal mycelium color
By: Joan Knapp (PucaK)
2017-11-22 16:28:36 CST (-0500)

You might be right Jason. I wasn’t convinced at the time. It was an oldish specimen. I poked around in the soil at the base, and couldn’t find any mycelium, so stayed with genus level ID.

Phylloporus
By: Jason Bolin (j.bolin@outlook.com)
2017-11-22 08:43:29 CST (-0500)

Joan, I believe I do see yellow basal mycelium creeping up the stipe base a bit. Mycelium color can be a bit tricky on these but I think its there…

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