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Purplepore Bracket Fungus

Trichaptum abietinum


Fan-shaped, thin, fuzzy caps with concentric zones of texture and color. The tooth-like pore surface is purple when fresh, but fades to brown with age. Fruiting bodies were approximately 1cm wide.


They were growing on a snag in a mixed forest.

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chrismcassid a year ago

Probably T. biforme as the substrate looks like that of a hardwood tree.

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 2 years ago

Lol Neil, perfect observation. Thanks for your comment :)

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 2 years ago

Well it appears that fungus has to queue too. Lovely spotting, Christine.

maplemoth662 2 years ago

Your welcome, Christine....

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 2 years ago

Thank you!

maplemoth662 2 years ago

Photo No. 3: is a very remarkable photo. light colors against dark colors....

maplemoth662 2 years ago

Four, beautiful and colorful photos....

Christine Y.
Spotted by
Christine Y.

Connecticut, USA

Spotted on Mar 17, 2018
Submitted on Mar 19, 2018

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