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Lentinus strigosus

Lentinus strigosus

Description:

Lentinus strigosus is saprobic or wood decaying. Found on a red oak stump in South Louisiana. Hairy pinkish brown cap, flesh is tough, grow in clusters.

Habitat:

Dead wood of hardwoods

Notes:

synonymous with lentinus rudis

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4 Comments

toutestlie1
toutestlie1 8 years ago

you have any pics?

Samwise the Brave
Samwise the Brave 8 years ago

I spotted some fungi in the Majura pines near Canberra airport, Australia. 😄

toutestlie1
toutestlie1 8 years ago

It's been raining for the past three weeks, they're popping up everywhere :)

Samwise the Brave
Samwise the Brave 8 years ago

That's a lot of fungi!

toutestlie1
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toutestlie1

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

Spotted on Jan 16, 2013
Submitted on Jan 16, 2013

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