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Jonathan, you can click on “Edit Observation” and change anything in a post, including the date, as long as you are the author. Same with a comment!
Does 2010-8-18 mean you are confident you will find it next Wednesday? Great photos BTW!
Looks like a possible cantharellus to me.
Orange red cap when fresh, but fading to yellow (hence the name), and gills becoming more yellow with age, that’s how I’d describe it.
Its odd my understanding of H. cantharellus is a bright red fungus with yellow decurent gills and not this yellow/orange fungus as shown.
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