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Violet-toothed polypore

Trichaptum biforme

Description:

not sure if this is a turkey tail or something else - they were growing on downed birch tree - margins quite strikingly violet on one side of the log, on the other side, much more pale. Note the toothed underside.

Habitat:

dead birch log

1 Species ID Suggestions

Violet-Toothed Polypore
Trichaptum biforme Trichaptum biforme - Wikipedia


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1 Comment

flowntheloop
flowntheloop 4 years ago

Trametes versicolor (Turkeytail) has tiny (closely-spaced) circular pores on its underside. It has many lookalikes that you may want to look into.

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