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Gelatinous-pored Polypore

Gloeoporus dichrous


Bracket fungi growing in overlapping clusters over a large area of a fallen log. Caps approximately 2 cm wide and 3-4 cm long; upper surface white and velvety; stains yellow with KOH. Pore surface. Rubbery; red-brown; elastic and separates from cap; 4-6 pores/mm.


Growing on a fallen hardwood log in a moist, humid location in a hardwood/pine forest on a ledge above a creek.

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Georgia, USA

Spotted on Sep 6, 2015
Submitted on Sep 9, 2015

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