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False Turkey-tail

Stereum sp.

Description:

Found at Mount Gede Pangrango National Park, Java, Indonesia

Notes:

S.ostrea? But S.ostrea is native to North America...

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32 Comments (1–25)

CostaBoyJack
CostaBoyJack 8 years ago

nice colors

injica
injica 8 years ago

Beautiful :)

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 8 years ago

Thanks Argy Bee & Perils

Hema
Hema 8 years ago

lovely colors!!!!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

Yeah that's better. Good one. I'm not sure about the Trametes. Have a look at Stereum ostrea and see what you think. The Trametes are a bit thicker and softer and tend to stay flat. S.ostrea is thin and more papery and often stands up like your pic 1. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/139...

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 8 years ago

Better?

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

Hi Jason. You have admitted the colours are wrong here 2 weeks ago. Please upload the correct images. There is no point in deliberately perpetuating misinformation - that is not what Project Noah is about. If you can't do it then the spotting will be removed. Thanks.

Smith'sZoo
Smith'sZoo 8 years ago

Breathtakingly beautiful!

DDO
DDO 8 years ago

amazing colors!

HuiYinTanyaYap
HuiYinTanyaYap 8 years ago

lovely colors!

Dipika Kalaria
Dipika Kalaria 8 years ago

Wonderful !! love the colours..

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 8 years ago

A thousand apologize.. Maybe because I used Auto White Balance in my camera + Auto Correct in Ms.Office Picture Manager.. I'll upload the correct photos.. Thanks for the feedback.. Sorry about that..

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

Exactly - incredible colours.

Jonathan Guyot
Jonathan Guyot 8 years ago

I also agree with LarsKorb and Jolly Ibañez. Too much saturation !

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 8 years ago

Exactly - this is what happens if you catch greytones of mist or humidity with a slight blue tone - you saturate over 40%, you'll receive a clear and bright blue like this. What's sad, because all the other colors are tweaked just for attraction - and what looks like biolumniscence of the green is most likely nothing much mor than an alga. The orange is no orange, but a rusty red....and so on...

MayraSpringmann
MayraSpringmann 8 years ago

Wonderful!!!!

Jolly Ibañez
Jolly Ibañez 8 years ago

I agree with Lars. Look at the color of the wood. It already turned blue.

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 8 years ago

Those colors are more the result of intense saturation on the photo, I'd say...

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

It would be great to know what size this is and what kind of timber it's on.?

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

Never seen colours like these before of fungi. Looks a little thin and papery for Trametes so might be a Stereum of some kind.... but again... those colours.. incredible !!

JillBlack
JillBlack 8 years ago

Love the Colours

Seema
Seema 8 years ago

riot of colors...

YukoChartraw
YukoChartraw 8 years ago

Amazing colors!

namitha
namitha 8 years ago

Beautiful colours. Those florescent hues look unreal. Cool spotting.

ruchats
ruchats 8 years ago

@alicelongmartin...yes....reminds me of the carnival!

Jason Alexander
Spotted by
Jason Alexander

Jawa Barat, Indonesia

Spotted on Oct 21, 2012
Submitted on Oct 23, 2012

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