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  • Bonnie Koenig

    Laricifomes officinalis is a wood-decay fungus in the order Polyporales. This species can reach great dimensions and bears fruit in the form of columns. Lacriformes grows on wood, primarily coniferous trees and has a very bitter taste which makes it inedible.

  • jolea924

    Laricifomes officinaliswood-decay fungus species can reach great dimensions and bears fruit in the form of columns.

  • ALLPE Medio Ambiente

    El pan de los fantasmas sentado en un árbol Esta fotografía ha sido tomada durante un viaje por la Columbia Británica (Canadá) del micólogo Paul Stamets en busca de Laricifomes officinalis.

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