| Trametes cinnabarina
|This gorgeous dried specimen measured 5 cm across.
|Formerly Pycnoporus cinnabarinus. These examples were found growing from a
cherry log. Dingy orange upper surface; pore surface saffron red. Largest
shown 3.5 inches (9cm) across. Monroe county, Clear Creek Trail; March.
|These mature examples deteriorated due to continuous
wet conditions. Dry conditions will sometimes preserve
the brilliant coloration of this shelf mushroom.
|November; Morgan-Monroe State Forest. Note white
bloom on upper surface of these fresh specimens.