Notes: Trametes versicolor
3cm – 7cm across; fuzzy, soft hairs; polypore- or shelf-like, with undulating margin; banding with a variety of colors including various browns, red-browns, yellows, and combinations thereof.
Spore surface -
pores; many, small pores, likely more than three per mm, as in Aurora’s description.
Spore print -
not obvious on white paper, likely white.
On wood, unknown species (no clear evidence of conifer or deciduous)
This specimen had plenty of black, rollie-pollie type insects between it’s shelves, more than I care to reflect upon – even though the specimen itself was quite fresh and beautiful.
Trametes versicolor (L.) Lloyd on MyCoPortal
Trametes versicolor on MycoBank
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