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February 1, 2014 - 17 went

Foraging East Bay Hills

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  • Cyrus H.

    I identified this interesting mushroom Margie found on a wood pile; it is Lenzites betulina. It looks a lot like a big turkey tail from the top, but it's unique because most shelf fungi are not gilled. It is also a medicinal mushroom, used in China, and has been shown to have antioxidant, antimicrobal, and anti-tumor properties. Nice find Margie!

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  • Margarita

    Nice! Thanks for identifying that one. Enjoyed the hike and thanks for all the info!

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