Stereum Hirsutum Hairy Curtain Crust Fungus orange bark texture - Stock image

Cake Tier, Fungus, Hairy, Horizontal, Ledge

Stereum Hirsutum Hairy Curtain Crust Fungus orange bark texture royalty-free stock photo
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Stock photo ID:464226261
Upload date:January 19, 2014

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Stereum Hirsutum, common name: Hairy Curtain Crust. A fungus that forms ledges or tiers on dead wood. This one is bright orange, but the colour can be variable, but usually with an orange or yellow theme. Texture is leathery, upper surface is hairy, hence 'hirsutum' as species name. Photographed near Manjimup in south-western Australia, this species has a worldwide distribution, being found in at least the temperate regions of Australia, Europe and North America.
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