Oyster colored fungi. Deeper color under. Tubes (no gills). Very short stalk. Growing of a white trunk Birch tree.
Big soft smooth slimy head. It has gills and does not have a veil. I believe that this is pleurotus ostreatus is because of the description of the mushroom in National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American mushrooms.
White Mushroom, Growing on tree trunk about 7 feet high off the ground, multiple mushrooms clustered together
an Oyster Mushroom of some kind - looks like Pleurotus ostreatus to me.
It was bleach white growing on the side of a rock. The fungi stuck out one and a half inches from the rock and had a radius of 2 inches. This looked very similar to the mushrooms that one could buy in the grocery store. And was found at the beginning of the woodland path.
Just a few (Pleurotus ostreatus) Oyster Mushrooms ranging from 2"-4" growing on a stump. The second photo shows the spore print.
Sobre tronco muerto de una palmera dentro de un parque Que antiguamente fue una finca de café. Conserva Grevilea, cafre y plátano.
Haven't looked this up yet.
Pleurotus is a genus of gilled mushrooms which includes one of the most widely eaten mushrooms, P. ostreatus. Species of Pleurotus may be called oyster, abalone, or tree mushrooms, and are some of the most commonly cultivated edible mushrooms in the world.Pleurotus fungi have been used in mycoremediation of pollutants such as petroleum and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.