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Turkey tail on deadwood.
Possibly Trametes versicolor (Turkeytail)
Balinese man with collection of Turkey-tail ...
Concentric bands of several colors with algae.
Thin, leathery, dry, smooth on top and bottom.
Growing on a rotten log.
spotted on woodpile at riverfront home
Turkey tail fungus
A fungus with a rosy band.
Common bracket fungus
Shell-looking fungi residing on bark
Small, multicolored polypore. Colors include rust, brown, gray, and cream. ...
I thought this was beautiful and interesting example of Stereum ostrea. It ...
Various shades of brown.
Growing with lichen on elm branches blown down during the recent storms.
seemed to be throughout the entire log.
Thin, Leathery caps. Attached to the wood. Often multicolored
False turkey tail can show up in a variety of colors. Its best identifying ...
. This is our largest and most colorful Stereum and is frequently ...
Stereum ostrea, also called false
Found on dead trees in the woods
thin fleshed zoned polypore with densely hairy surface
thin, fleshy-tough imbricate brackets on wood, top concentrically zoned, ...
Spotted growing on a tree stump in a sunny yard. Possible False
thin bracket with concentric zones usually colorful, the whole appearing ...
Thick, leathery bracket fungus found commonly throughout the area.
Small cream colored mushrooms resembling sea-shells growing on a rotten log in ...
thin, shelving, concentrically zoned polypore on wood
Thin, leathery caps (brackets), often overlapping; laterally attached to wood. ...
A solo half fan growing out of a moss bank.
Found at Mount Gede Pangrango National Park, Java, Indonesia
Resembles an artists conk: white underside, smooth, with dark brown to red ...
Tan, moist cap, gills. 1 3/4" diameter
Brown with white fringe
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