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Hericium cirrhatum - the tiered tooth
Hericium cirrhatum - the tiered tooth
Description
  • White/cream toothed tiers.
Host Species
  • Birch, Beech, Hornbeam, Oak, Sycamore
Mode Of Decay Significance
  • Breaks down woodland dysfunctional woody biomass.
Distribution
  • Europe
Notes
  • Aka Creolophus cirrhatus, Vulnerable (Red Data List, ed. 1)

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Comments
Author Comment Date
hamadryad Why David, this means your in the special club! all three hericiums bagged!

It is a sad sign that one spends far too much time on fungal lust! ha ha


cracking photos fella.
20-02-12
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