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February 5, 2011 - 2 went

Descanso Gardens - Camellias in Winter

Turkey Tail Shelf Fungus (Trametes versicolor), found on decaying log.

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Added by Douglass M.
on Feb 7, 2011.
 

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  • Douglass M.

    Turkey Tail is a common bracket or (shelf fungus, (a fungus which grows on the sides of logs or trees). It is a fungus that has no mushroom-like stalk. It feels leathery to the touch. Turkey Tail has a inverted spoon or upside-down cup shape, up to four inches wide, and it is very colorful, ranging from brown, white, tan, orange, red, or purple, and sometimes all these colors at once. Turkey Tail caps often overlap each other. Nikon D90 at ISO 200, Nikkor 105-mm macro lens, 1/200-sec at f/22; open shade & Nikon SB-600 flash unit with O-Flash 3/4-ringlight attachment.

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