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Fuzzy tops, pores present on the underside. They have bands of blue, tan, and white. Turkey tails are saprobes that feed off of decomposing trees. They are also an important food source for fungus gnats, fungus moth caterpillars (Nemaxera betulinella) and Platypezid fly maggots.
Covering much of a trunk of a standing dead tree in the forest. Newnans Lake Conservation Area
Spotted on Feb 3, 2019
Submitted on May 21, 2019
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