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Is considered a synonym by some. It is very common on black locust.
Just read Britt’s article “Which Way Is Up, Mushroom Gravitropism” in the fall issue of Fungi Magazine. He describes bracket fungi as having gravimorphogenic tendencies opposed to gravitropic. In other words, instead of bending to re-position the cap like a traditional mushroom, bracket fungi grow a new shelf horizontal to the ground (see close-up)when the host falls, changing orientation.
Nice — seeing the caps growing in 2 different directions
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