The turkey-tail mushroom is a very common shelf mushroom found all over the world on dead wood in many different kinds all across North America. This one was found early in the morning in the Ocala National Forest in Central Florida and was the most stunning and beautiful example I've ever seen.
- Rich Leighton
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