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Offlinebillbraski
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BIG Reishi + other fungi pics
    #1781317 - 08/05/03 12:55 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

went for a hike yesterday and found this beauty.



I almost didn't want to take it because i wanted to see how much bigger it would have gotten but i knew that if i didn't that the next time i went down the same trail , it would be gone or at the least vandalized.
so here it is in my hand! this is the biggest and freshest reishi i have come across yet.


here is an older smaller one that i left after finding the BIG one:


can anybody ID this?

I cut a small piece off one of them and it cut like butter, the inside is just like the outside.



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Re: BIG Reishi + other fungi pics [Re: billbraski]
    #1781351 - 08/05/03 01:07 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

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Re: BIG Reishi + other fungi pics [Re: billbraski]
    #1781397 - 08/05/03 01:26 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

That second one looks like another Ganoderma. As it gets bigger the redness will develop.
I'm not entirely sure how to age a growing Ganoderma, but I'd wager there are at least a couple of growing seasons on that sucker. Some of the bigger ones out in the woods can be a half dozen years old. Stamets has found some shelf fungi fruitbodies out on the Olympic Penninsula that were some amazing age, decades or more if I remember right.


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Re: BIG Reishi + other fungi pics [Re: Suntzu]
    #1784305 - 08/06/03 08:25 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Some ganoderma are perennial and last for several years. G. lucidum is not one of those though, so he was probably talking about G. applanatum or something.


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