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Recent observations

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codyhough

Date

July 5, 2015 08:39 PM MDT

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Observer

juliet_pendray

Date

May 23, 2015

Place

Fort Rodd (Google, OSM)

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No photos or sounds

What

Oranjerode korstzwam Peniophora incarnata

Observer

juliet_pendray

Date

the past

Description

It is trying to change my name Peniophora incarnata to something that does not look like an updated name.

Resupinate, pinkish

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Square

Date

November 15, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Date

February 11, 2015 01:33 PM PST

Description

Brown, resupinate, pored crust fungi on Q. agrifolia limb. Pores tiny, ~10/mm.

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Square

What

Oranjerode korstzwam Peniophora incarnata

Observer

cooperj

Date

June 25, 2010

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What

Oranjerode korstzwam Peniophora incarnata

Observer

steve_kerr

Date

June 26, 2014

Place

Aramoana (Google, OSM)

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Square

Observer

invertboy

Date

March 30, 2014 05:52 PM PDT

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Square

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susanelliott

Date

September 18, 2013

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loarie

Date

May 24, 2013

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No photos or sounds

What

Oranjerode korstzwam Peniophora incarnata

Observer

torwart

Date

May 5, 2013

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Observer

smpbiologist225

Date

March 19, 2013

Description

found growing on decaying Populus branch.

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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.