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Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by ToddTheLorax, Sep 25, 2007.
This was growing in juniper litter in central Texas. Anyone know what it is?
Without any more to go on, I think it is a species of Inonotus (ps. I. tomentosus).
Next time Ill get some better pictures. It was large. I actually saw some larger than this one, maybe the size of a dinner plate. I didn't look at the gills, or even if it had any. We had more rain than usual this summer. This picture was the floor of a shady juniper stand northwest of San Antonio Texas. I just thought it was neat looking.
My guess was Inonotus also, but I would also consider Hydnellum -- impossible to tell without seeing the underside.