Identification: More "wolf's milk"?

Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by hudakore, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. hudakore

    hudakore Active Member

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    #2 & 3 look like more "wolf's milk fungi. Is that correct? #1, I have no idea and can use some help. Thank you.
     

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    Frog Contributor Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    #1 looks like Unruly Merulius, a fungus I rather like for its wierd wiggliness. If I'm wrong, perhaps Phlebia? Both are pretty cool IMHO.
     
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    1# I can go both ways as well....usually when I come across something that looks like this I note it as 'Radiating thingy'...rather then Radiating Phlebia or something-Merulius. lol....when I die? Whoever reads my notes will be SO lost trying to understand them!
    3# I think is a type of slime mold that I'm experiencing here as well? Very powdery...I've not been able to see a true 'body' to it like fruit...Leaves a rust color when you brush it with your finger....
    2# May be a 'crust' fungi? Not sure which though...
     

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