There were 17 “shelves” of fungus on a living Willow tree (species uncertain). The largest single shelf was 32 × 15 × 7 cm. There is no apparent stalk. The top surface is smooth and dry and a cocoa color. The under surface is white and bruises easily. The mushroom is extremely tough, making it difficult to break a piece off for voucher without a cutting tool. There is a faint “mushroom” odor, not distinctive. At the attachment to the tree I was unable to see any black, just the continuous white color of the underside. Spores on the ground were cocoa/cinnamon brown.
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Created: 2013-07-22 13:37:54 CDT (-0400)
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