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Ganoderma adspersum

Ganoderma adspersum


It grows throughout the whole year on trunks of deciduous trees, especially on the beech but this one wasn't.


It is not edible.

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LarsKorb 12 years ago

yes, it's hard to tell in that state - the Ganoderma species can get very old under the right conditions - varying strongly from juvenile to adult state

injica 12 years ago

well....I'll put your sugg name and then when it grows we will see :)
coz could be also: Ganoderma aplanatum

injica 12 years ago

Tnx Lars :)

LarsKorb 12 years ago

Looks like a very juvenile Ganoderma adspersum, family Ganoderma. Might be a different one of this family - but I think it's a good direction.

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Zagreb, Grad Zagreb, Croatia

Spotted on Mar 4, 2012
Submitted on Mar 4, 2012

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