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Overlapping Black Polypores on Living Trees ID


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These very conspicuous fungi are growing in crevices on living trees...both maples I believe. I think they are the same species (maybe not) and obviously perennials.

Polypores...very tough/hard, blackened on the tops.

They don't have white rims at all, or varnish, like a conk.

The first three pics are from one tree, the last three pics (sorry for the last two being so dark) are from a second tree, separated by ~25 miles.

 

 

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