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A row of short (2 cm) fungi that were bright yellow. The cap wasn't the normal "mushroom" cap, but they were more like a stalk with a flattened end on top. I have been unable to find anything like them, so I hope someone can help with an ID
These were found on a large log (foto #4) in a large clearing that is to be a native garden in the Amazon rainforest of SE Ecuador very near the Peruvian border (300 masl). They were in an area protected from the sun except for late afternoon.
An interesting row of fungi with just a few little ones out of line. While I saw multiples of most of the fungi in that garden, these were the only ones of this type.
Lat: -2.74, Long: -77.19
Spotted on Mar 24, 2019
Submitted on Apr 10, 2019