Notes:
Growth on old wood. Darkens to brown in age.

Images

Top side next day after removal
Underside next day after removal

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I was able to remove,
By: Cindy Trubovitz (Trubo)
2020-03-20 22:45:30 PDT (-0700)

Thanks for that characteristic so I could check. These were under 1 cm across so pretty small but they peeled off and I took photos under the scope of the top and bottom side (see added photos). Perhaps if they were fresh the underside would have looked whiter but it appeared that material dried into a film that allowed it to peel complete.

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By: Soloist
2020-03-20 21:34:53 PDT (-0700)

My observation of (likely) D. plumbeum ob. 271250, from what I remember it attaches from a central point and is pliable. Yours seems to look a bit viscous and we’ll, slimy. Though I’m no expert.

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