Very common on wet mossy logs and streambanks. Always in very close proximity to permanent water. Broad and shiny with distinctive rich brown coloration of veins near tips. The taxonomy of this groups is still being worked out. This is not the “true” P. neopolydactyla.
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Created: 2010-04-19 17:48:28 EDT (-0400)
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