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Notes:
Two large fruitings of L. gilbertsonii on a large cherry tree. Rarely encountered sulfur shelf here in Southwestern Washington. I most commonly find Laetiporus conifericola infecting Douglas fir and Western hemlock in our area. Such a delight to have this treasure trove so close to our home.

Elevation: Sea level.

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