Collection location: Nanatahala outdoor center, North Carolina, USA [Click for map]
35.3449° -83.6249° 941m
Found on a tree along the Appalachian Trail north of the NOC on the hike up to Cheoah Bald. Pale pinkish upper surface, white pores, fluid dripping from pore surface.
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What about Inonotus? Maybe something like Inonotus quercustris?
I’m unsure what the tree species was, but i think it was some type of hardwood. There do appear to be what might be oak leaves on a nearby tree in the picture, but not Live Oak, though it may have been an oak tree that was alive. I wish I had taken notes, but I was on a cross country trek and didn’t document very well.
On live oak?
Created: 2017-09-13 23:47:26 CDT (-0400)
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