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Polypore with white to pale orange honeycombed (maze-like) fertile surface facing up. This is an effuso-reflexed fungus (or partially resupinate and partially pileate fungus). The fertile surface appears tooth-like or fringed in some areas. Pileus is mostly cream to white with some orange edges. It also appears to have orange “hairs.” Trametopsis cervina is within the Polyporaceae family. It is the only species within the Trametopsis genus. This is a first time spotting for Project Noah.
Found in Northwest Georgia (Gordon County), US. Growing on the underside of a rotting hardwood log at the top of a ridge.
Spotted on Nov 3, 2017
Submitted on Nov 9, 2017
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