Collection location: Itasca State Park, Minnesota, USA [Click for map]
Project: Minnesota Funga Project
Lake Itasca State Park (Park Rapids, MN)
- Habitat: Mixed woods, growing in precense of conifers (red pine)
- Habit: Gregariously/numerous
- Substrate: Well decayed conifer log
- Pileus: yellow/orange/dark brown blackish in center of older specimen. Relatively smooth with soft, flimsy/fleshy consistancy. Horizontal width=4-7 cm.
- Gills: light orange. Possibly lighter towards margin. Corrugated appearance.
- Stipe: Flexuous, darkening in mature and slightly wider at base. Light orange/daded blackish brown. Slightly eccentric attatchment.
- Spore Print: White (hints of crems-ish yellow)
Alternative Name(s): Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca var. pallida (Cooke) Heykoop & Esteve-Rav.
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