Leatisha Ramloll - Peeling Oysterling

The peeling oysterling is a saprobic fungi, meaning it decomposes organic matter in order to produce energy. It is commonly found on dead trunks and fallen branches of Oak and Beech trees. This fungi can also be found in shaded damp forests especially where the air is moist due to waterfalls or tumbling streams. This fungi can be distinguished from other edible Oyster Mushrooms thanks to its brown spore print (compared to the white spore prints of the others).

Lähettänyt leatisharamloll leatisharamloll, 21. lokakuuta 2021 02:51

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