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Observed: 15th February 2013 By: DevonianDevonian’s reputation in Fungi and LichensDevonian’s reputation in Fungi and LichensDevonian’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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More Turkeytail, I think, but these are blue-grey. Would be pleased though, if an expert thought differently.


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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Turkeytail (Trametes versicolor) interacts


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The colour of these can vary greatly from blue,grey,ochres,greens,rusts and black but it is always concentrically zoned,under surface pale bearing pores.I always wondered if it has anything to do with the tree type or soil ph


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Um! Hydrangeas

Um! Hydrangeas of the fungus world. Now, there's a thought. Guess it can only be genetics or environment. Maybe someone out there has the definitive answer.

Thanks for your comments. Always glad to receive advice on making correct identifications.