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Unknown Resupinate Polypore


Bright white maze-like (possibly on the way to becoming teeth?) pored surface. Gauze-like around edges with light pink to sky blue coloring. Droplets of water or clear exudate around edges. It looked fairly young and fresh. Update: Light pink edging is likely a bacterial colony. The light blue patch at the bottom is a species of Byssocorticium fungus. Note: There is a little critter squirting water in some of these photos! :P I'm thinking a nematode?


Found on the underside of a highly rotted log in a dense mixed hardwood/coniferous forest in Northwest Georgia (Gordon County), US.

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SukanyaDatta a year ago

Very curious...

flowntheloop a year ago

Christine, I'm definitely going to do that! I'm very curious to know what it could be!

Christine Y.
Christine Y. a year ago

Wow, so I love that little creature on the fungus! Great shots of it squirting water. You should consider making a separate spotting for it. Hope someone can ID it!

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Georgia, USA

Lat: 34.58, Long: -84.69

Spotted on Dec 28, 2017
Submitted on Jan 2, 2018

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