Observation 186678: Trametes versicolor (L.) Lloyd
When: 2014-10-28
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Fruiting from a large hardwood in the center of the park entrance.

Hirsute, velvety caps; thick young margins. Pore structure is cream to white on underside.

Elevation: 1500ft.

Temp: low 50’s.

UPDATED 3/26/15-new images and notes below.

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Underside of fruit body- Dense thick margin, dense pores.
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Updated 3/26/15-approximately 5 months from original post of specimens and substrate. Blue hues and light silver bands on smaller specimens(winter temps could be the cause of blueing reaction).
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Updated 3/26/15-approximately 5 months from original post of specimens and substrate. Blue hues and light silver bands on smaller specimens(winter temps could be the cause of blueing reaction).
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Updated 3/26/15-approximately 5 months from original post of specimens and substrate. Blue hues and light silver bands on smaller specimens(winter temps could be the cause of blueing reaction).
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Updated 3/26/15-approximately 5 months from original post of specimens and substrate. Blue hues and light silver bands on smaller specimens(winter temps could be the cause of blueing reaction).

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Eyes3
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