MUSHROOMS OF THE IPSWICH RIVER

MUSHROOM LIST IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY GENUS

Name

Binomial

Black Knot of Cherry Flask-fungus

    Apiosporina morbosa

Mossy Maze Polypore

    Cerrena unicolor

Orange Jelly-fungus, Witches' Butter

    Dacrymyces palmatus

Thin-maze Flat Polypore

    Daedaleopsis confragosa

Carbon Balls, Zoned Black Flask-fungus

    Daldinia concentrica

Black Jellyroll-fungus

    Exidia glandulosa

Tinder Polypore

    Fomes fomentarius

Rosy Polypore

    Fomitopsis cajanderi

Artist's Polypore, Artist's Conk

    Ganoderma applanatum

N/A

    Ganoderma lucidum

Yellow-red Gill Polypore

    Gloeophyllum sepiarium

Gelatinous-pored Polypore

    Gloeoporus (Caloporus) dichrous

N/A

    Hydnellum suaveolens

Milk-white Toothed-Polypore

    Irpex lacteus

Pear-shaped Puffball

    Lycoperdon pyriforme

Multigoblet Slime

    Metatrichia vesparium

Coral Spot Pimple-fungus

    Nectria cinnabarina

Mossy Maple Polypore

    Oxyporus populinus

Luminescent Panellus

    Panellus stipticus

Mustard-yellow Polypore

    Phellinus gilvus

Birch Polypore

    Piptoporus betulinus

Crimped Gill Fungus

    Plicaturopsis crispa

Winter Polypore

    Polyporus brumalis

Hexagonal-pored Polypore

    Polyporus mori (Favolus alveolaris)

Cinnabar-red Polypore

    Pycnoporus cinnabarinus

N/A

    Rhytisma acerinum

Scarlet Cup-fungus

    Sarcoscypha coccinea

Common Split Gill

    Schizophyllum commune

Crowded Parchment

    Stereum complicatum

False Turkey-tail

    Stereum ostrea

Little Nest Polypore

    Trametes conchifer (Polyporus Poronidulus)

Hairy Turkey-tail

    Trametes hirsuta

Versicolored Turkey-tail

    Trametes versicolor

Violet Toothed-Polypore

    Trichaptum biforme

METADATA

Photos: J MacDougall taken in central Maine

ANY AND ALL CORRECTIONS ARE EAGERLY SOUGHT.

CONSIDER THIS LIST TO BE A DRAFT.

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