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Abortiporus biennis - the Blushing Rosette
Abortiporus biennis - the Blushing Rosette
Description
  • Rosette like fronds. Top surface felty, white to pink/red/brown. Angular maze like white pores.
Host Species
  • Oak, Beech, Horse Chestnut
Mode Of Decay Significance
  • N/A
Distribution
  • Europe, North/South America, Africa, Asia, Australia.
Notes
  • Annual fruit body, usually autumnal. Pores bruise red.

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A. biennis - taken by D Humphries A. biennis - taken by D Humphries A. biennis habitat - taken by D Humphries A. biennis with Aleuria aurantia - taken by D Humphries A. biennis pores - taken by D Humphries A. biennis - taken by D Humphries
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Comments
Author Comment Date
hamadryad This is a lovely set David, very nice group of images. 05-12-11
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