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Creative Commons Flickr Photos Tagged "Peniophoraceae."

Recent observations

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

November 14, 2011

Description

On the wood of Pinus hartwegii.

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Square

Date

December 4, 2016 01:21 PM UTC

Description

Thames Valley Fungus Group foray
Sulham woods - leader P.Cook
On Oak (Quercus sp.) branch

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Observer

erika_lemay

Date

November 29, 2016 10:50 AM CST

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Observer

jwalewski

Date

November 27, 2016 02:37 PM CST

Photos / Sounds

Square

Date

November 27, 2016 02:47 PM UTC

Description

On attached Oak (Quercus sp.) branch

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Observer

jwalewski

Date

November 26, 2016 03:00 PM CST

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Observer

rcurtis

Date

October 14, 2016 01:46 PM EDT

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Observer

akacook

Date

July 19, 2016 07:36 PM AKDT

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Observer

akacook

Date

July 15, 2016 06:17 PM AKDT

Description

Bright red jelly fungi on decaying aspen branch.

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Observer

noah_siegel

Date

March 28, 2009

Description

this very thin crust was growing on the undersides of small branches of Acer saccharum (Sugar Maple)

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What

Rosy Crust Peniophora incarnata

Observer

noah_siegel

Date

November 7, 2008

Description

growing on the underside of a log of Acer pensylvanicum

Photos / Sounds

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Observer

leptonia

Date

January 28, 2016

Description

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Description from Wikipedia

The Peniophoraceae are a family of fungi in the order Russulales. Species of this family have a cosmopolitan distribution and are mostly saprobic, causing rots of standing and fallen wood. According to a 2008 estimate, the family contains 7 genera and 88 species.

No range data available.
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