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Split Gill

Schizophyllum commune


Small but beautiful little fungi. The tops are white and fuzzy, and the underside has distinctive gills that radiate out from the attachment, typically in the center of the mushroom. The gills are cream to gray.


Some cut wood that was cleared from the path, not sure what type. Near to the water's edge and mangroves.


This fungus has 23,328 mating types!

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Jan 23, 2020
Submitted on Feb 1, 2020

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