Hardwood (Non-Conifer):

Which of the following best describes the mushroom you’re seeking to identify that is growing on a living Hardwood (non-Conifer aka “Broad-Leafed Tree”)?

Has a Stipe (stem); With Gills

Has an Annulus (ring around stipe); Cap appears DryHas an Annulus; Cap appears Slimy / NO Annulus; Cap Appears Dry / NO Annulus; Cap appears Slimy

Has a Stipe; With Pores

Has an Annulus; Cap appears Dry / Has an Annulus; Cap appears Slimy / NO Annulus; Cap appears Dry / NO Annulus; Cap appears Slimy

Has No Stipe; Shelf Mushroom

Has Pores {Polypore} Has Gills

No Stipe; Gelatinous but NOT Spherical

No Data Yet

No Stipe; Spherical {Globular}

hard, woody, brown to black clusters:  {Annulohypoxylon thouarsianum}

 This section is continued from the Identify a Species>Mushroom>Growing On a Live Tree section of WildLivingSkills.org.

 

Database Entry:  Distance Everheart  11-17-13, 10-18-14

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