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Orange Mycena (Mycena leaiana), growing from a dead hardwood. This striking and colorful mushroom is widespread and fairly common, epecially in Eastern US forests. Note in this cluster, development of a few of the individual mushrooms was inhibited by the tough black mycelial cords, called rhizomorphs, of Armillaria mellea, attacking the same tree. Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, USA.
Orange Mycena (Mycena leaiana), growing from a dead hardwood. This striking and colorful mushroom is widespread and fairly common, epecially in Eastern US forests. Note in this cluster, development of a few of the individual mushrooms was inhibited by the tough black mycelial cords, called rhizomorphs, of Armillaria mellea, attacking the same tree. Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, USA.
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