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Help identifying mushroom in GA,usa. Growing out of wood, in mid 80F weather.


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Good afternoon,

I found this cluster of mushrooms growing in my yard, i believe out of a (possibly dead) tree root. In a pebble pathway. Looks orangeish, Big caps about 2-3” wide. Any suggestions or help would be much appreciated!

 

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Yes, these look like Ringless Honey Mushrooms; Desarmillaria tabescens (formerly Armillaria tabescens). This is the typical growth form, clusters growing from buried roots. 

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