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Trembling Phlebia

Phlebia tremellosa


Fruiting bodies were 2-5 cm across and irregularly shaped. As they mature, the upper edges of the fruiting bodies become bracket-like, and the spore-bearing surface turns pinkish orange. There are no true pores on the gelatinous fertile surface though; rather, it is covered in deep wrinkles. The upper surface is white and fuzzy.


Growing on the end of a stump in a mixed forest with lots of pine.


For a good look at the wrinkled pore surface, see spotting here:

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Christine Y.
Christine Y. 2 years ago


flowntheloop 2 years ago

Cool! I just found a specimen that shows more of the fertile surface than the pileus! I love that your spotting is the opposite! :D

Christine Y.
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Christine Y.

Connecticut, USA

Spotted on Sep 19, 2017
Submitted on Nov 8, 2017

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