Fig 1
CAP: 2-10cm in diameter.  Convex becoming flattened.  A stickily smooth, delicious orange brown cap that seems constantly moist along with the late fruiting time gives an instant identification to this species.  The edge is pale which is slightly inrolled.  STIPE: Smooth and yellowish at the extreme apex becoming dark brown and velvety below.  Equal with slight tapering towards the base. GILLS/PORES: The gills are pale yellow and evenly spaced. FLESH: Pale yellow and thin with faint mushroomy smell. SPORES: White, elliptic. HABITAT: In dense clusters on deciduous trees especially elm. SEASON: Common.  Late autumn to spring. EDIBILITY: Edible with a good flavour.

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