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Cluster of yellow mushrooms


At foot of dead silver maple tree

1 Species ID Suggestions

Ringless Honey Fungus
Armillaria tabescens Armillaria tabescens (MushroomExpert.Com)

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cbblangley 3 years ago

I'm on a new Mac computer. I had problems trying to post the spotting in the first place, as I couldn't enter the location. Maybe I should try using my old computer... : (

flowntheloop 3 years ago

@cbblangley are you trying to edit it via cellphone? I have the same issue, so I usually do my edits on my PC.

cbblangley 3 years ago

Thanks for the ID! For some reason, I am unable to edit and add the name, but thank you for the info and comments!

thanks flowntheloop for the correction,i think you are rigth

flowntheloop 3 years ago

It is ringless, so A. tabescens would be a better bet than A. mellea.

Very nice cluster cbblangley,i would say that is a Honey fungus, Armillaria sp,probably a Armillaria Mellea

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 3 years ago

Nice hygrophanous caps!

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Decatur, Georgia, USA

Spotted on Oct 8, 2017
Submitted on Oct 8, 2017

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