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Coral-pink Merulius

Phlebia incarnata


Alright, correct me if I'm wrong. The closest I can find is Phlebia incarnata--most pictures show them more light pink, but sometimes they seem to be a bit more red. I don't know if these being wet from rain is bringing out their color, or because they are fairly young.


Mixed forest, Ozark Highlands, 45°F/5°C. Found on a ridge and trail high above town. Growing on unknown wood rot in undisturbed leaf litter.

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1 Comment

Machi 11 months ago

ID looks good to me! They are brighter in color when fresh.

Matthew Hammond
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Matthew Hammond

Arkansas, USA

Spotted on Oct 26, 2019
Submitted on Nov 7, 2019

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