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er im new here and this is my first post so i hope i dont sound dumb. but i was walking in the woods and chanced upon a small group of orange mushrooms. i think there gymnopils's. i think Gymnopilus luteofolius or Gymnopilus validipes. anyway here the id info
Habitat : ny/triple citys area/usa found on dry rotting log Lamellae : safron orange/gills attached and decurrent cap/stem size: largest cap 3.18 cm / largest stem 3 cm stipe : thin and orange Pileus: orange with dark orange punctate /smooth /convex Spore print: rust/fawn orange bruise: cinnamon/orange Scent: faint and kind of sweet
anyway i think there Gymnopilus. but there so small im not sure
a pic really helps with this genus, but it does sound like it. however, it should bruise blue if it were an active Gymno (like luteofolius). there are people on here who know alot more about Gymno's than I. Just thought I'd throw in what I could and give an official welcome to the shroomery!!!!
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