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The fruit body is pale rose-yellow-brown in colour, leathery texture under touch, and some 15cm in diameter. The branches are all upright, parallel and forming a tight tuft.
Grows in clusters on dead and decaying wood on forest floor. Here, observed in an oak forest near Geneva, in Geneva lake valley, where it occurs abundantly and grows throughout the year.
Lat: 46.27, Long: 6.08
Spotted on May 12, 2019
Submitted on May 14, 2019