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Grows on logs and trees. Seems to be in sevseral places and has been seen before so i think this shoud be appointed as a common fungus.
Forested areas. Was spotted in forested areas of Central of The U.S.
Probably not your everyday meal. I wouldn't suggest using it as a foot step for climbing trees,either. Especially once your up high in the tree. This fungus is still a decomposer so don't just go around killing them.
Lat: 38.58, Long: -90.63
Spotted on Sep 28, 2012
Submitted on Sep 28, 2012