These are almost the highest elevation occurrence of this species on this host along the trail, at 3400 ft. Above this there is a big gap in occurrences of P. pini group, and the next occurrences are all on Abies or Tsuga since they are above the range of Douglas-fir. Some conks in this location have crowns of rag lichen growing on the caps.


Wearing a crown of rag lichen. Yes it’s attached, not just fallen there.
This one is mostly resupinate with little reflexing. Blends right in with the tree bark.

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