: Deciduous forest with scattered conifers. Found in Madison, Wisconsin. A damp environment with the beginning growth of ephemerals and mosses.
: Seen growing on decaying deciduous tree stump. Found at base, leaves needed to be cleared to see entire structure.
: Bill’s Woods, UW-Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
: Small pores are seen on the underside of the cap and are even more evident when seen under the microscope. The fungi’s reddish-brown spores can be seen within the individual pores.
: The cap is very solid and when dry it has a monotone light grey color. When wet it is still solid but the cap gains darker shades of grey, black, and grey.
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