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Stereum lobatum

Stereum lobatum


Large shelf mushroom (the size of half a tea saucer). This one's been around for a while and the older mushrooms have a feathered appearance to them and greenish tint to the previously white banding. The younger growth is much rounder and whiter. Neither have prominent gills or pores that I can tell. Attachment to tree is on a very thin stem.


west central ga


might be a Trametes sp, but not turkey tail for sure.


momsavang 3 years ago

Thanks @flowntheloop!

flowntheloop 3 years ago

Pretty sure these are old Stereum lobatum. Not Trametes (a polypore). There are no pores on the fertile surface here.

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Cusseta, Georgia, United States

Spotted on Feb 14, 2021
Submitted on Feb 14, 2021

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