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False Turkeytail Fungus

Stereum lobatum


Brown and white. A crust fungi that looks like a bracket fungi. Thin and leathery. No pores underneath.


Growing on a dead hardwood.


Saprobic on hardwoods.

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Stereum lobatum
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1 Comment

flowntheloop 3 years ago

There have been some recent taxonomic changes in the "Stereum ostrea" group. This one is now being called Stereum lobatum.

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Tallahassee, Florida, United States

Spotted on Jan 11, 2021
Submitted on Jan 13, 2021

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