AppearanceFruiting Body: Roughly spatula-shaped, with a flattened head portion at the top of a stem, usually running down the stem on either side of it. Head 5–25 mm across; 10–30 mm high; dull yellowish; bald and often somewhat wrinkled; moist when fresh. Stem 20–40 x 3–8 mm; more or less equal above a slightly enlarged base, or slightly constricted just below the head; bald and pale toward apex, but dark brown and very finely fuzzy below; becoming hollow; attached to bright orange mycelium. Flesh insubstantial; brownish. Odor not distinctive.
HabitatSaprobic; growing gregariously or in clusters on the well-decayed wood of eastern hemlock—or on the ground around hemlock stumps and logs
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