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Fun Fungi
updated: Dec 04, 2012, 11:28 AM

By Edhat Subscriber

Another fungus for the edhat community to debate. This photo was taken early yesterday while walking the dog in a neighborhood on the Upper East Side.

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 COMMENT 350089P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-04 11:46 AM

maybe Grifola frondosa.....

 

 COMMENT 350117 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-04 12:29 PM

I have a similar one in my backyard that is a single conical spiral - not cabbage-rose shaped like those above - but where the "petal" is a single continuous spiral from bottom to top.

 

 EMUWREN1 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-04 03:39 PM

The G.f. i.d. seems good. Isn't nature amazing? I don't think I have ever seen one of these, and I always like to take a closer look at the local fungi.

 

 COMMENT 350248 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-04 05:03 PM

My guess is Bondarzewia montana, but I'd have to see the pores underneath and look at the spores to be sure. Grifolia doesn't occur here, or at least has not been reported.

 

 COMMENT 350359P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-05 12:43 AM

Googled Bondarzewia montana and don't see the resemblance at all. And don't you mean "gills" underneath?
I'd really like to know true name of this.

 

 COMMENT 350360P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-05 12:47 AM

Oop. My apologies. I learned something from you, 248. Didn't know to look at pores under some mushrooms. Thanks for the lesson.

 

 GOBBLEDYGOOK agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-05 08:36 AM

Some mushrooms have gills, some (e.g. Boletus edulis aka Funghi Porcini, edible and choice) have a spongy layer with pores. They all have spores.

 

 COMMENT 350414 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-05 08:46 AM

What about Dorothy?

 

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