Name: Trametes versicolor
Author: (L.) Lloyd
Citation: Mycol. Notes (Cincinnati) 65: 1045 (1921) 1920
Deprecated Synonyms: Trametes versicolor f. versicolor
Basionym: Boletus versicolor L., Sp. pl. 2: 1176 (1753)
These notes come from Trametes versicolor (L.) Pilát when it was merged with this name:Delete this name from the Name list. It is there by Mistake. Pilat named several forms, but has nothing to do with the Trametes vesricolor name.
Trametes versicolor (L.) Lloyd (1920)
Commonly known as the Turkey Tail. This shelf-fungus has small, thin, and leathery overlapping stalkless caps with multicolored concentric zones that alternate between smooth and hairy. It has a white pore surface. The tough basidiocarps will persist overwinter and can be found year-round on dead hardwood logs and stumps.
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