| 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:
|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.