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Birch Polypore.

Piptoporus betulinus

Description:

cap is brown and the bottom is whitish. It was on a birch tree about 2 meters in the woods and about 6 meters from the road. There are no gills attached on the mushroom. There is no spore print on the fungi. There is no collar on stalk of the mushroom. The cap shape is oval, the size of the cap is 10 1/2 cm long and 9 cm tall.

Habitat:

on a birch tree about 2 meters in the woods and

Notes:

Field Notes My mushroom cap is brown and the bottom is whitish. It was on a birch tree about 2 meters in the woods and about 6 meters from the road. There are no gills attached on the mushroom. There is no spore print on the fungi. There is no collar on stalk of the mushroom. The cap shape is oval, the size of the cap is 10 1/2 cm long and 9 cm tall. weather: 68º humidity: 57% wind: 2 mph latitude: 40.582590º longitude: -70.699763º

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1 Comment

KarenL
KarenL 8 years ago

What a whopper!

mmsbiodiversity44
Spotted by
mmsbiodiversity44

Maine, USA

Spotted on Jan 11, 2012
Submitted on Jan 11, 2012

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