Notes: Growing on some sort of birch.
Inonotus obliquus (Ach. ex Pers.) Pilát on MyCoPortal
Inonotus obliquus on MycoBank
Alternative Name: Inonotus obliquus f. obliquus
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A few months ago someone made an MO post that looked a lot like I. obliquus, but turned out to be something else. I think the observation was a growth on a poplar.
I took this picture as I was leaving the campground around 3 months ago.
Birch is the most common host for I. obliquus. What does the interior look like?
The second one is a close-up.
looks different than the first. Maybe just the way the light was falling on the subject?
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