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False turkey tail

Stereum ostrea

Description:

Wavy, fuzzy thicker than the supposed false turkey talk. Porous on the bottom. Growing on rotting logs in the shaded woods

Notes:

Found in Robert e lee park

2 Species ID Suggestions

Turkey tail polypore
Tmimascetascae versicolor
False turkey tail
Stereum ostrea


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3 Comments

flybeasley
flybeasley 8 years ago

Thank you for posting the park.

TiffanyMarieMazz
TiffanyMarieMazz 8 years ago

This is false turkey tail. True turkey tail is smooth on it's underside and has a distinct white edge.

flybeasley
flybeasley 8 years ago

Please put in the notes of the spotting what Maryland State park/forest this was found in. Thank you.

DaniKautz
Spotted by
DaniKautz

Towson, Maryland, USA

Spotted on Sep 27, 2012
Submitted on Sep 28, 2012

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