Willow Polypore Fungus
Daedalea confragosa
Pore Fungi Family (Polyporaceae & Ganodermataceae)

Willow Polypore fungus has caps that are clustered or stacked one atop another, each being 1-6 inches broad. Caps are gray to brown, often banded; leathery to rigid; underside is white to brown, with gills or with round or irregular long pores; no stem present. Habitat is on dead wood of broad-leaved trees or in the wound of living trees.


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