Observationer

Trametes versicolor

also called “turkey tail”, is very widespread in all Copenhagen area.

Here it is well established on a beech tree stump in

Fælledparken, København, seen January 2012.

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Abotiporus biennis

here on an old oak tree at

Strandvejen, København, March 2012.

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Fistulina hepatica

here on a well advanced, rottened cheery tree in the woods of

Bøllemosen, March, 2012.

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Lepista saeva

Fælledparken, København, seen January 10th, 2012.

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Polyporus squamosus

a white rot fungus, here eating of the lignin of a Norway Maple at

Lersø Parkalle, Købenavn, seen August 16th, 2012.

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Laetiporus sulphureus

also called “chicken of the woods”, a brown rot fungus, here eating of the cellulose of a wild plum tree at

Lersø Parkalle, København, seen August 24th, 2012.