Jelly Rot Fungus Phlebia tremellosa (Schrader) Nakasone & Burdsall  

Description:

Fruiting body: Small bodies usually fused; white/pale yellow, hairy; margin curves outward to form a bracket; flesh white to pink, waxy or gelantinous. Fertile suface: Pinkish-orange to brownish-salmon; wrinkled or ribbed (J. Solem, pers. comm.).

Where to find:

Often overlapping clusters usually on hardwoods, occasionally on conifers (J. Solem, pers. comm.).

There are 32 records in the project database.

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A Jelly Rot Fungus (fruiting body) in Howard Co., Maryland (11/30/2009). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus in Howard Co., Maryland (12/18/2015). Identified by Gary Lincoff. Photo by Bonnie Ott. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus (multiple fruiting bodies) in Howard Co., Maryland (10/29/2008). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus in Howard Co., Maryland (10/15/2015). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus (Phlebia tremellosa) in Worcester Co., Maryland (4/30/2011). Notes from Lance Biechele: "spreading, resupinate, rubbery fruiting body... certainly not rare here on the Delmarva." Photo by Lance Biechele. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus in Montgomery Co., Maryland (1/4/2019). Identified by Jo Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus in Prince George's Co., Maryland (11/3/2017). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus in Prince George's Co., Maryland (11/10/2017). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

Jelly Rot Fungus in Howard Co., Maryland (10/15/2015). Photo by Robert Solem. (MBP list)


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