Observation 171185: Fungi Bartl.
When: 2014-06-12
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I am not sure what category this should be entered in. The first time I noticed this growth was when a large dead and wet/decaying log I stepped onto split in two revealing this type of fungi. It is 3 dimensional in that it has width/depth and height. Not flat. The texture colour is mainly white with some light brown areas distributed throughout the body. The main body is of a cake like texture for ease of explanation, that can be pulled/stretched apart without any real discernible lines of separation.(a bit like stretching plasticine.) It is not sticky to handle, or have a strong distinctive odour. I have also since found this growth in the open, and attached to wet decaying logs that were in a pile. I will also load another separate observation file showing a true fungi growing on this texture/growth. Maybe Corticioid.Please see MO Obs
: 171186 first image 74204

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Created: 2014-07-25 16:21:55 PDT (-0700)
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