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Stereum versicolor

Stereum versicolor

Description:

More fungi I know... but this is the biggest and best stack of S.ostrea I have ever seen. Clean and colourful the whole stack covered almost 1.5 metres of a vertical but dead, mossy tree stump.

Habitat:

Dense eucalyptus rain forest; always wet; national park.

Notes:

Also known sometimes as 'False turkeytails' common in may parts of the world. They are 'thinner' and 'cripser' than Trametes versicolor - the true turkeytail fungus.

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7 Comments

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

Thank namitha and Neil.

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 7 years ago

This is so impressive, Mark. Excellent spotting.

namitha
namitha 9 years ago

Amazing spotting. Really cool..

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 9 years ago

Thanks AndrésHernández and TheSmartBilli... Andrés I think your 'Caps Lock' might be stuck on :-) (If you type in all caps people think it's like shouting)

TheSmartBilli
TheSmartBilli 9 years ago

gorgeous.

DinDjarin
DinDjarin 9 years ago

WOW¡¡¡

DinDjarin
DinDjarin 9 years ago

SPECTACULAR SPOTTING¡¡¡
NICE SHOT¡¡¡

Mark Ridgway
Spotted by
Mark Ridgway

Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Aug 16, 2012
Submitted on Sep 6, 2012

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