Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens
                     Armillaria tabescens
This is the edible Ringless Honey Mushroom. Grows in large clusters
(cespitose). Grows from wood, often buried tree roots. Summer and fall.
White spore print.

See Armillaria tabescens at
Fungi Growing on Wood
Check out the Honey Mushroom:
Armillaria mellea
Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens
Often found under maple trees in urban areas. Gills run down the stem.
This is an older group of Armillaria tabescens that is drying out. The
appearance of this mushroom changes dramatically over the course of its
development and with weather conditions.
Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens
Armillaria tabescens