Hairy Bracket Trametes hirsuta (Wulfen) Pil├ít  Synonyms: Coriolus hirsutus, Hairy Turkey Tail.

Status:

Found singly or in clusters on dead or dying hardwoods, infrequently on conifers.

Description:

Leathery, fan-shaped to circular. Dorsal: Concentrically zoned grayish/yellowish/brownish lacking contrast; densely hairy; margin often dark. Pores: Small, round; initially white to pale yellow becoming brown to gray in age. Stalk: Absent. Fruiting body thicker than T. versicolor (J. Solem, pers. comm.).

There are 7 records in the project database.

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Hairy Bracket (dorsal view) in Frederick Co., Maryland (1/19/2020). Photo by Emilio Concari. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (dorsal view) in Baltimore Co., Maryland (3/16/2020). Photo by Emilio Concari. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (dorsal view) in Harford Co., Maryland (1/2/2020). Photo by Emilio Concari. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (ventral view) in Harford Co., Maryland (1/2/2020). Photo by Emilio Concari. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (dorsal view) in Howard Co., Maryland (4/12/2012). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (close-up dorsal view) in Baltimore Co., Maryland (1/23/2020). Photo by Emilio Concari. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (dorsal view) in Howard Co., Maryland (12/30/2011). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (ventral view) in Howard Co., Maryland (12/30/2011). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Hairy Bracket (dorsal view) in Frederick Co., Maryland (12/31/2019). Photo by Emilio Concari. (MBP list)


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