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velvet blue spread

Terana caerulea

Description:

This fungus is velvety deep blue. It is soft and velvety when wet and very brittle and hard when dry.

Habitat:

woodlands and forests.

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Velvet Blue Spread
Terana caerulea


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2 Comments

gracie.glancy
gracie.glancy 7 years ago

That is cool! Is it really a fungi?

chesterbperry
chesterbperry 7 years ago

This is a true fungus and not a lichen.

Milledgeville, Georgia, USA

Spotted on Oct 22, 2013
Submitted on Oct 22, 2013

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