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Many of these fruiting bodies were on the branches of this tree. They are tan with tan gills and a very small stem. The cap is kidney-shaped. They were extremely waterlogged and most were eaten up by slugs, but I still managed to get a spore print, which was white. This was my first time seeing these in Kodiak, and I was a little surprised to see them here.
Dead alder tree (still standing) in a wet, low part of a Sitka Spruce forest. In this low spot there were a few alders, but in the drier areas the forest is almost completely dominated by Sitka Spruce