In mixed woods, under broadleaf trees.
Yellow brown over the disc, fading to dull tan on the margin, sometimes darker overall and aerolate in age.
Often with a narrow band of sterile tissue.
Adnate, depressed near the stalk.
Pores and Pore Surface
Pore surface creamy white at first, becoming pinkish at maturity, staining brown when bruised; pores circular to angular, often elongated radially, 2-3 per mm
Stalk concolorous with the cap or paler, sometimes finely reticulate.
White to pale yellow, becoming pale brown when cut.
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