Unidentified Fungi on Oak (Orange/Green) by May Lattanzio

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  • Magee
    Mageealmost 7 years ago

    Fascinating and positively wonderfully captured. Congrats May!!

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesalmost 7 years ago

    “MIGHT BE” EDIBLE BRACKET (lenzites elegans (=L. palisoti) Up to 350mm wide and 15mm thick. Single or in groups. Cap leathery to woody; white to cream, smooth, summer-autumn. Fragrant spicy smell. On dead hardwood trees. APART FROM ALL THIS (IF IT IS OF ANY HELP) IT REALLY IS A GREAT CAPTURE!

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...about 6 years ago

    i’m going with Turkey Tail…Stereum ostrea…the colors fit it more? I don’t think we have Lenzites elegans here in the states? or maybe under another name….

  • May Lattanzio
    May Lattanzioalmost 4 years ago

    I don’t think so, Carla. These are very thin and grow singly. Turkey Tails are thicker, clustered. I have images of them here.

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...over 3 years ago

    Oh heck…I wonder how long ago I left that comment? Lol…
    From experience I NOW know these are actually FALSE Turkey Tail…Stereum ostrea. The almost metalic golds and bronzes truly gives this species away I think. :o)

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