Spines are definitely influenced by gravity growing straight down.
Habitat is very old second growth mixed forest; hemlock, Doug fir, cedar, maple and alder.


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What looks like water droplets on the end of the spines – or teeth – are not liquid. They are physically part of the tooth. Droplets to the right may be liquid – but on the spines they are definitely not.
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The left side of this picture shows were the spines – or teeth – are just beginning to form. The white I suspect is a secondary fungi growth.
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Habitat; Stump on upper right is substrate. Not sure what we decided? Maybe Doug fir? Part of fungi shows just to the left of the woman’s hat. Shows up almost white – but that is a WB issue with my camera since she has a light shinning on the fungi.
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Shows spine – or teeth length. Shows about 3 cm here.

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