Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by Alan Rockefeller, Jun 11, 2012.
Thats right fallen!! The cinnabar red polypore. You can see them from a couple hundred yards away sometimes. Your up.
Found this on a fallen live oak branch.
Got it! You're up JHorn!
Thats right. This is my favorite H. ulmarius pic. They look so different when they grow straight upward from a fallen log.
Sweet pic for sure! I had to do a double-take at first. They're growing out of what looks like a skinny opening also and scrunching the stipes all up. hahah
Alrighty. Here's a fresh shot from this evening's hike:
That's the one!
Anyway you can clone that one for me @muskie. Spores?
I could do that for you. It's pouring rain at the moment. Let's see how it looks this evening and if it's not too waterlogged, I'll give it a shot.
Another famous conk.
Would that be laricifomes officinales?
I spelled that wrong. Officinalis
No sir, it is not.
Yes sir. AKA tinder fungus AKA iceman mushroom
Separate names with a comma.