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Title
False Turkey-tail Fungus

Description
False Turkey-tail fungus (Stereum ostrea) grows on a log in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Location and Date
Blue Ridge Parkway — Folk Art Center
near Asheville, North Carolina, USA
9/22/13 (Note: pre-2000 dates are approximate)

Credit
Mark Swanson/Swanson Media

Camera/Source
Nikon D300 DSLR

Lens
AF Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D

Model/property releases available?
Not applicable/Not applicable

Keywords
Family Stereaceae, Order Russulales, Class Agaricomycetes, Phylum Basidiomycota (Mushrooms and Kin), Subkingdom Dikarya, Kingdom Fungi, False Turkey-tail (Stereum ostrea)

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