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– orange discus
Description: The Orange Discus takes its name from its disc-shaped fruitbodies that often remain separate, but sometimes coalesce in twos and threes. The surface is smooth, finely granular, and pinkish orange, becoming duller with age or in dry weather. The margins are distinct, often upturned, finely woolly, and whitish.
Substrate: dead, attached branches of firs and spruce
Distribution: Northern North America.
Habitat: On recently-dead twigs of living conifers. Recorded on Abies grandis, Pseudotsuga menziesii, and Tsuga canadensis.
– hairy curtain crust, hairy parchment, hairy Stereum, false turkey-tail
– bleeding conifer crust, bleeding conifer parchment