Tremiscus helvelloidesFound across North America, but it seems to prefer cool habitats, where the humidity remains high. Thus, the fruit bodies do not wither. It fruits on moss and well rotted woody debris in conifer forests. Fruit bodies are rubbery, pink to orange (apricot color), typically 2-5 cm tall and the hymenium is smooth to longitudinally wrinkled. Jim Ginns
Photographed in Manning Park, B.C.