Collection location: Alta Vista city park Olympia, Washington, USA [Click for map]
Multiple small artist brackets fruiting on the side and underside of a fallen Douglas fir.
This species exhibits this behavior and we’ve never nailed down why… G. brownii supposedly has a more yellowish hue to the under flesh and is more dense in annual structure9these look more like a tandoor, not cylindric). Also, the white leading surface on these is bone white, and is very easy, and perfect for etching.
I have many “pieces” if you want to call them that(chicken scratch doodles) that have this behavior of growth, fruiting from the same log as flat, plane specimens. I think it’s just a variation within the habit or air currents in it’s microclimate.
NOTE: Deep, chocolate brown spores all over the bark- surrounding the area of the log where all conks are sporulating.
Elevation: sea level.
Temp: mid 50’s.
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Created: 2015-03-16 18:12:52 CDT (-0400)
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