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Bitter Oyster

by LarsKorbSchönstedt, Freistaat Thüringen, Germany

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Bitter oyster

by Brian38Arkansas, USA

White gilled fungus with short stems growing on a rotting deciduous log.

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Bitter Oyster

by MachiMaine, USA

Virtually every crack in the bark on this tree had a clump of mushrooms in it.

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Bitter Oyster

by MachiMaine, USA

Densely clustered tan mushrooms with brown to tan gills. The caps were ...

1 0 Bitter Oyster

Bitter Oyster

by PucaKWinder, Georgia, USA

Caps 1-3 cm wide; convex with margins slightly curved under; semicircular; dry; ...

1 0 Bitter oyster

Bitter oyster

by mauna KunzahNew York, USA

Delicate tan fungi with powdered-sugar like appearance to the caps. Looks like ...

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Panellus

by pamsai山梨市 (Yamanashi), 中部 (Chubu Region), Japan

Panellus stipticus, commonly known as the

4 4 Bitter Oyster

Bitter Oyster

by LarsKorbHohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein (Landmasse), Germany

Panellus stipticus is one of several dozen species of fungi that are ...

1 1 Bitter oyster

Bitter oyster

by Marta RubioTexeiraOud-Heverlee, Vlaanderen, Belgium

These mushrooms develop into fan- or kidney-shaped caps that measure up to 3 cm ...

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Bitter oyster

by JaeDeventer, Overijssel, Netherlands

During the development of the fruit bodies, the mushrooms start out as tiny ...

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Oyster Mushroom

by AlexKonigHorst aan de Maas, Limburg, Netherlands

number of very similar species are closely related, and the broad term "

1 0 Oyster Mushroom

Oyster Mushroom

by AlexKonigHorst aan de Maas, Limburg, Netherlands

number of very similar species are closely related, and the broad term "

3 1 Oyster Mushroom

Oyster Mushroom

by AlexKonigHorst aan de Maas, Limburg, Netherlands

number of very similar species are closely related, and the broad term "

1 2 Bitter oyster

Bitter oyster

by AntónioGinjaGinjaBraga, Portugal

The fungus normally exists unseen, in the form of a mass of threadlike ...