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aleigha_noe

Date

May 13, 2016

Description

This is the Red Tree Brain. I found this on a tree in the woods behind the high school. Red Tree Brain is
a small, red, waxy, and stalk-less mushroom. Its wrinkled and wart-like appearance can be related back to their name, being Red Tree Brain.

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jamayr

Date

April 17, 2016

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skiman1016

Date

April 12, 2016 10:15 AM EDT

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bluebird101

Date

January 24, 2016 12:57 PM PST

Description

I think, id base on the appearance.

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kylejones

Date

December 23, 2015 09:08 AM EST

Description

On dead aspen branches.

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swampy

Date

November 6, 2015

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rcurtis

Date

October 28, 2015 06:22 PM EDT

Description

On dead aspen twig

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codyhough

Date

July 5, 2015 08:39 PM MDT

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juliet_pendray

Date

May 23, 2015

Place

Fort Rodd (Google, OSM)

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What

Rosy Crust 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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james_holkko

Date

May 22, 2015

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mongoose57

Date

May 23, 2015 10:51 AM PDT

Description

Lichen on maple Julia

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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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