Notes: Conks that resemble Ganoderma applanatum, only the pore shots make the pores look pinkish.
On a pine in D4B, a pine-dominated zone that resembles Zone 19 a lot, ecologically speaking. “That” moss is absent, and with it Cantharellula, but Ampulloclitocybe clavipes, Rhodocollybia butyracea, and other species abundant in Zone 19 were abundant in D4B.
Ganoderma applanatum (Pers.) Pat. on MyCoPortal
Ganoderma applanatum on MycoBank
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Draft For 2008/2009 Eol University Species Pages Initiative By Kayla Simonson (Private)
Draft For Wild Mushrooms Of The Northeastern United States By Erlon (Private)
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This pine just had tons of them — big ones — right at a convenient height for the tripod.
polypores may make lousy entrees (Grifola frondosa excepted) but they certainly can make for an aesthetic photo!
Created: 2010-09-30 09:10:45 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2010-09-30 16:21:30 CEST (+0200)
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