Neofavolus alveolaris (Hexagonal Pored Polypore)

This interesting looking little mushroom comes out in the spring. Growing on sticks, and other woody debris. The orange cap may stand out against the brown leaf littler on the forest floor left over from the previous fall. The yellowish pore surface on the bottom has large elongated, almost diamond shaped pores. Which, can be quite interesting to look at. Even though they are not considered edible, I still enjoy finding them due to their interesting pore surface.