Thursday, February 7, 2013
Turkey Tails really catch one's eyes in the forest
Turkey Tails, Trametes versicolor, are fruiting in the forest. They are quite beautiful as you can see by my photo. They are fruiting on a downed Tan-oak on our property in Anchor Bay.
Here I have cropped my photo so you can see the lovely patterns. These mushrooms are leathery to the touch. They are so beautiful people have used them for jewelry. They are found on hardwoods.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-stamets/mushrooms-cancer_b_1560691.html Could a mushroom growing in abundance in the forest be the answer to someone's prayer?