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Northern Tooth Fungus

Climacodon septentrionale


Found this fungus growing on a sugar maple in the Carolinian Forest in Southern Ontario. Looked like someone had inserted foam pieces into the the tree. The pictures are of different fruiting bodies on the same tree. The fungus in the first picture was about 10 ft off the ground, and the second one was about 15 ft.

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Ontario, Canada

Spotted on Sep 22, 2012
Submitted on Sep 24, 2012

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