Covers mushrooms and other non-lichenized fungi that form multicellular fruiting bodies large enough to be seen with the unaided eye.
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Index to genera:Octospora
– conifer blueing bracket, blue cheese polypore
– staining cheese polypore
– marshmallow polypore, white spongy polypore
Habitat: Oligoporus leucospongia is a spring fungus of the western mountains that grows on conifer and sometimes aspen wood that has been buried in snow.
– woolly velvet polypore
Habitat: Roots of conifers
Substrate: The two most common species are O. corvina, which occurs on owl pellets, bird carcasses, hair, and wool, and O. equina (Willdenow) Persoon: Fries, found on the decaying horns and hooves of cattle and sheep.
– brown clustered ear cup
Spores: The spores are smooth, ellipsoid, 10--12 x 5--6.5 µm, and contain two large oil drops.
– yellow ear, rabbit-ears, yellow rabbit-ears
– donkey-ears, hare's-ear