Small, semicircular, pinkish coral bracket fungus; pinkish to cream-colored, wrinkled, and veined beneath. Grows on dead logs and stumps of deciduous trees. Summer–fall. Cap semicircular with a wavy margin; pinkish coral, turning salmon to cream-colored; texture finely hairy. Underside pinkish to cream-colored; porelike, with radiating, wrinkled, and veined, branched folds. Stalk not present. Spore print white. Spores magnified are elliptical, smooth, colorless.
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