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This one is destined to remain fungal mystery forever. It’s probably an early form of something, rather than a resupinate fungus. Those reflexed portions will probably develop into shelves or brackets, so there is a likelyhood of pores being there, but not seen at this stage. Combination of fuzziness and orangish color made me think of Plicaturopsis crispa, but I’ve never seen those growing from an erly form like this. Of course Stereum is a convenient suspect, as always, considering the location.
were those tiny reflexed portions poroid? they look as though they could be.
Created: 2012-12-04 04:00:15 CET (+0100)
Last modified: 2013-01-17 05:05:21 CET (+0100)
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