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was the first I’d heard of it, which puts me in no position to confirm or deny its validity.
those teeth look like they even outrank Trichaptum. massive things, they are.
aye, a true naturalist indeed. would love to see a field guide outlined just like that.
don’t worry. while you were neglecting family, i was neglecting work, and right in front of the boss… on his computer! good thing we’re pretty laid back around here. god forbid I get a job that doesn’t allow for intermittent MO fixes throughout the day.
Website is sick.
didnt mean strereum, trichaptum…so that being said Switz vol 2 said that polypores are a host for this.I wouldnt be surprised that there are not myriad images of this on other polypores.
Dont know whether to thank you for the Flickr link, or let you know that it will detract me from several hours of family time! Family unhappy about this.. Wow, never came across this. True naturalist!
Do you think this may not be Tulasnella?
What about all the teeth?
here’s an interesting set of handwritten notes and accompanying photographs:
Fun fact: MycoBank lists the habitat & ecology as being both saprotrophic and orchid endomycorrhizal.
Danny, you’re right, it definitely was spreading on the stereum as well. I cant say if that is a viable substrate for this or not. Ill look when i get back home.
apply to the toothed shelves too?
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