Fig 1
CAP: 5-10cm in diameter.  Convex with an inrolled margin becoming flattened.  Transparent apricot becoming more peach and with a distinct wrinkled surface. STIPE: White to pinkish, covered in white fibrils, curved. Covered in reddish droplets when young. GILLS/PORES: The gills are pale peach and are interconnected and evenly spaced. FLESH: Whitish with various orange-reddish tinges and a bitter taste. SPORES: Pale pink, subglobose and covered in tiny warts. HABITAT: On wood particularly elm. SEASON: Infrequent. Late summer to autumn. EDIBILITY: Inedible.

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