Lentinus squarrosulus Mont ?

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raghu ananth

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Jun 4, 2010, 1:12:27 AM6/4/10
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Date: 11 May 10
Place: Lakkanakoppal, 
Mysore district
Location: This fungus was found at  a meter distance  away form  the Lentinus squarrosulus Mont fungi. 
Size: Same as that of 
Lentinus squarrosulus Mont fungi.6-8cms
Color White
Differences from 
Lentinus squarrosulus Mont fungi.
absence of the U/W lines/patterns in the cap periphery  
absence of distinct brown patches in the cap, 
Growing on 
Not sure whether it was on on a chopped tree or on the ground.


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Raghu






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tanay bose

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Jun 4, 2010, 1:39:37 AM6/4/10
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Its the same one Raghu Ji only that that last was a mature and was turing yellow and this one  is quite young If had wait for a time you could see the same morphology as of your last one!!!

Tanay

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