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Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Polyporales: Polyporaceae: Trametes pubescens (Schumach.) Pilát

Trametes pubescens

Synonyms: Agaricus pubescens, Bjerkandera pubescens, Bjerkandera velutinus, Boletus pubescens, Boletus velutinus, Coriolus applanatus, Coriolus epileucus, Coriolus pubescens, Coriolus sullivantii, Coriolus velutinus, Hansenia imitata, Hansenia pubescens, Hansenia velutina, Leptoporus epileucus, Leptoporus pubescens, Microporus imitatus, Microporus molliusculus, Microporus sullivantii, Microporus velutinus, Polyporus epileucus, Polyporus molliusculus, Polyporus pubescens, Polyporus sullivantii, Polyporus velutinus, Polystictus applanatus, Polystictus imitatus, Polystictus molliusculus, Polystictus pubescens, Polystictus sullivantii, Polystictus velutinus, Trametes velutina, Tyromyces pubescens.

Extract from Wikipedia article: Trametes pubescens is a small, thin polypore, or bracket fungus. It has a cream-colored, finely velvety cap surface. Unlike most other turkey tail-like species of Trametes, the cap surface lacks strongly contrasting zones of color.

Finnish: Nukkavyökääpä, French: Tramète pubescente, German: Samtige Tramete, Hungarian: Bársonyos egyrétűtapló, Polish: Wrośniak miękkowłosy, Swedish: Sammetsticka.

Photos of this mushroom from East and Central Texas

Underside of polypore mushroom <B>Trametes pubescens</B>(?) that was growing around a small dry oak near its base on Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2020-11-29.htm">November 29, 2020</A>
LinkUnderside of polypore mushroom Trametes pubescens(?) that was growing around a small dry oak near its base on Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, November 29, 2020
Location on mapsLittle Lake Creek Loop Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA
Hairy cap surface of polypore mushroom <B>Trametes pubescens</B>(?) that was growing around a small dry oak near its base on Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2020-11-29.htm">November 29, 2020</A>
LinkHairy cap surface of polypore mushroom Trametes pubescens(?) that was growing around a small dry oak near its base on Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, November 29, 2020
Location on mapsLittle Lake Creek Loop Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA
Underside of polypore mushroom <B>Trametes pubescens</B>(?) that was growing around a small dry oak near its base with 4 pores/mm density taken from area of Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2020-11-29.htm">November 29, 2020</A>
LinkUnderside of polypore mushroom Trametes pubescens(?) that was growing around a small dry oak near its base with 4 pores/mm density taken from area of Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, November 29, 2020
Cap surface of polypore mushroom <B>Trametes pubescens</B>(?) taken from area of Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2020-11-29.htm">November 29, 2020</A>
LinkCap surface of polypore mushroom Trametes pubescens(?) taken from area of Little Lake Loop Trail in Sam Houston National Forest east from Trail Head No. 4, near Montgomery. Texas, November 29, 2020

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