When: 2012-03-10

Collection location: Dane Co., Wisconsin, USA [Click for map]

Who: Ilona Loser (Wisconsin MR)

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probably biforme then
By: Britney Ramsey (Riverdweller)
2012-03-12 07:32:39 ACDT (+1030)
unknown tree
By: Ilona Loser (Wisconsin MR)
2012-03-12 07:31:47 ACDT (+1030)

I don’t know what type of tree but it was definitely not a conifer. This fungus is very common throughout the wooded area where I walked. The sides of the trees which have this fungus usually have them growing in large patches.

What is the tree?
By: Britney Ramsey (Riverdweller)
2012-03-12 05:32:24 ACDT (+1030)
That will really help to sort this one.

Trichaptum biforme on hardwoods and rarely on conifers.

Trichaptum biforme?
By: Ilona Loser (Wisconsin MR)
2012-03-12 04:29:28 ACDT (+1030)

Trichaptum biforme?

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