Fungus, Yellow, Eagle Creek, Toiyabe Wilderness

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 23 October 2010

Identify this fungus

Location: Toiyabe National Forest, Mokelumne Wilderness, Pacific Crest Trail between Carson and Ebbetts Pass at Eagle Creek below Reynolds Peak.


Fungus in the Mokelumne Wilderness

Link to Trail Guide Page: Raymond Lake to Ebbetts Pass

Topo Hiking Map: Carson Pass to Ebbetts Pass.

(Click red dots for specific Trail Guide pages>)


Any ideas what this is? As is typical for fungi, it is growing on a dead tree. Post through the comments link below.



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