Lenzites betulina Birch Mazegill
e6filmuser Registered Users Posts: 3,306 Major grins
in Holy Macro
Also known as Trametes betulina, this is occasionally found on rotting tree stumps. It has various medicinal properties.
It differs from co-generic species but having false gills.
The stereos are crosseye & conventional.
Olympus EM-1, (aperture priority), Olympus m4/3 30mm f3.5 ED macro, 1/60 at f11 ISO 1000, hand-held.
Its close neighbour has been around a while longer. (Partly-processed JPEG).
I always thought of this as Turkey Tails?
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You would usually be right. They are very similar but this one has something resembling gills.