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English: The mushroom Polyporus squamosus Huds. ex Fr. Photographed in Kinderhook Trail, Wayne National Forest, Ohio, USA. "Notes: On standing dead elm."
Date 18 April 2009
Source Mushroom Observer
Author Dan Molter
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