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Corticium roseum Pale pink crust fungus a hardwood branch. Conditions were wet, but some reddish/dark pink staining was observed upon brushing against it<br />
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Corticium roseum

Pale pink crust fungus a hardwood branch. Conditions were wet, but some reddish/dark pink staining was observed upon brushing against it

Corticium roseum Pale pink crust fungus a hardwood branch. Conditions were wet, but some reddish/dark pink staining was observed upon brushing against it <br />
https://www.jungledragon.com/image/127840/corticium_roseum.html Geotagged,Laeticorticium roseum,United States,Winter

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  1. Very interesting colour Lisa Posted 12 days ago
    1. I thought so too! A very strange sight in the forest :) Posted 12 days ago

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''Corticium roseum'' is fungus that is a plant pathogen that decays the wood of peach and nectarine trees.

Similar species: Corticiales
Species identified by Lisa Kimmerling
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By Lisa Kimmerling

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Uploaded Jan 14, 2022. Captured Dec 30, 2021 12:43 in 280 Perry Hill Rd, Ashford, CT 06278, USA.
  • Canon EOS 6D Mark II
  • f/29.0
  • 1/41s
  • ISO125
  • 100mm