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Phellinus robiniae This is a picture of Phellinus robiniae at Sandy Point State Park near Annapolis, Maryland. Geotagged,Phellinus robiniae,Spring,United States Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Phellinus robiniae

This is a picture of Phellinus robiniae at Sandy Point State Park near Annapolis, Maryland.

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  1. A quick look sees an elephant foot

    Niel
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''Phellinus robiniae'', commonly called the cracked cap polypore, is a fungus of the family of Hymenochaetaceae. The fungus primarily infests black locusts, aided by openings caused by ''Megacyllene robiniae'' infestation, but also grows on various other trees such as ''Carya'', oak, and ''Acacia''.

Similar species: Hymenochaetales
Species identified by Matthew Beziat
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By Matthew Beziat

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Uploaded Apr 7, 2021. Captured Apr 6, 2021 13:51 in Nature Center, Annapolis, MD 21409, USA.
  • SM-G965U
  • f/2.4
  • 1/444s
  • ISO50
  • 4.3mm