Trichaptum biforme (Fr.) Ryvarden
Verbatim Date: Fri Sep 11 2015 13:27:17 GMT-0400 (EDT)
United States, Massachusetts, Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Natick, MA, US
42.256208 -71.338047 +-5m.
There are larger and more condensed ones towards the ground facing a rock. The higher up the tree they go the sparser and smaller they become. They're all on one side of the tree facing towards higher ground. The part of the tree facing lower ground (the tree is, in fact, actually tilted away from the higher ground) is empty and devoid of the fungi. Semicircle shaped. Concentric areas of brown and gray. Edge is dark brown. Underside has hard, brush like quality. Top is soft with black hair like entities sprouting up. Plasticy and bendable feel to entire thing. No stem.
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Record Id: 37b545e2-46eb-4efc-a078-9065c5e3ed45