Name: Grifola frondosa
Author: (Dicks.) Gray
Citation: Nat. Arr. Brit. Pl. (London) 1: 643 (1821)
Misspellings: Grifola frondosus
Commonly known as Sheep’s Head, Hen of the Woods, or Maitake, Grifola frondosa is an edible species that grows at the foot of trees, particularly oak trees, in clusters of gray-brown caps which are generally curled or contorted in some manner and originate from a single branched stem structure (1), (2), (4).
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