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Turkey tail, Turkeytail, Many-zoned Bracket, Wood Decay (Trametes versicolor, Coriolus versicolor), several fruiting bodies at a tree trunk, Germany
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Disco ascomycete (Mollisia spec., Belonopsis spec.), saprophytic on dead wood, Germany
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Filamentous allergenic fungus Alternaria alternata, computer illustration. Alternaria is a dematiaceous (phaeoid) fungus commonly isolated from plants, soil
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Turkeytail bracket fungus (Trametes versicolor) growing on rotting log, Munising, Michigan, USA
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Sheathed woodtuft, Scalycap (Kuehneromyces mutabilis, Galerina mutabilis, Pholiota mutabilis), on deadwood, Germany
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Lumpy bracket (Trametes gibbosa) is a saprophyte fungus that grows on beech trunks. This photo was taken in Montseny Biosphere Reserve, Barcelona province
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Spring mushroom gyromitra found in the forests in early spring
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Cauliflower Mushroom
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honey fungus (Armillaria mellea), tuft on deadwood in a meadow, Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
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False turkey tail fungus (Stereum ostrea). Fruiting bodies on decaying log. Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario
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Lumpy bracket (Trametes gibbosa) is a saprophyte fungus that grows on beech trunks. This photo was taken in Montseny Biosphere Reserve, Barcelona province
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Forest, spruce trunk, detail, Baumschwamm, Beech abandoned, autumn,   Tree, spruce, trunk, vegetation, plants, fungus, tree fungus, inedible, parasite
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chicken of the woods Laetiporus sulphureus, on dead wood, Germany
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Fly agaric Amanita muscaria Fruiting body
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Mushrooms growing on a tree in forest
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bitter oysterling (Panellus stipticus), Germany, Schleswig-Holstein
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Mold Alternaria alternata, allergic fungus, 3D illustration. Alternaria is the causative agent of plant diseases, is common indoor mold and causes allergy
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porcelain fungus Oudemansiella mucida, on dead wood, Germany, Nationalpark Harz
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Upright Coral, strict-branch coral (Ramaria stricta, Clavariella condensata, Clavariella stricta), on dead wood in a beech forest, Germany
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Filamentous allergenic fungus Alternaria alternata, computer illustration. Alternaria is a dematiaceous (phaeoid) fungus commonly isolated from plants, soil
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