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Hericium Americanum
Hericium Americanum closely resembles other members of its genus. It is the only one with both a branching structure and spines longer than about a centimeter.

Just to make things confusing, Hericium americanum was formerly known as Hericium corralloides, which today refers to one of the other species (the one formerly known as H. ramosum).

Along the Starr King trail, July 3rd, 2009 (a very wet year, and therefore a good year for early fungi)

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nartrebSubmitted by nartreb
on Jul 10, 2009 10:05 pm

Image ID: 528509
Hits: 1971 
Lat/Lon: 44.42391°N / 71.45001°W
Object Title: Hericium Americanum

Image Type(s): Flora