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Weeping Conk

by LindaKing2Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA

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Weeping Conk

by pierrewilhelmnaudeGeorgia, USA

Found on the exposed roots of a tree. Very oozy, hence the name.

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Weeping Conk

by chesterbperryTennessee, USA

Found along the banks of S. Chickamauga, at the base of large oak.

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Weeping polypore

by Brian38Arkansas, USA

Thick fleshy polypore with amber honey looking fluid secreting from pores.

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Weeping conk

by NoeJerez de la Frontera, Andalucía, Spain

A fungi in 'La sauceda' in the 'Parque natural de los alcornocales', Andalucia, ...

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Weeping Conk

by chesterbperryChattanooga, Tennessee, USA

While I am comfortable with this ID, I have yet to find an explanation for the ...

0 0 Weeping Conk

Weeping Conk

by chesterbperryChattanooga, Tennessee, USA

Several of these fungal?, masses were growing around base of uprooted oak, ...

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