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Turkey Tail Fungi

Trametes versicolor


These "Turkey Tail" fungi were found on a very young, but dying tree. The fungi covered the tree from top to bottom, and were found on 1/3 of the diameter of the tree.

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Blueidone 12 years ago

I wondered that myself Lars...These are all very small (dime sized or smaller) which makes it difficult to tell. They do have the stripes and are starting to become "wavey". Do you know what they may be? I'd appreciate any feedback that you may have. :))

LarsKorb 12 years ago

this doesn't look really like a trametes versicolor to me

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South Paris, Maine, USA

Spotted on Mar 4, 2012
Submitted on Mar 6, 2012

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