White Jelly Fungus Exidia alba (Lloyd) Burt  Synonyms: Ductifera pululchuana, Gloeotromera alba.

Description:

On decayed hardwood. Fruiting body: White with yellow to brown stains in age; brain-like masses may cover entire logs (J. Solem, pers. comm.).

There are 18 records in the project database.

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White Jelly Fungus in Howard Co., Maryland (6/24/2016). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus in Howard Co., Maryland (6/16/2015). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus in Howard Co., Maryland (7/2/2013). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus in Frederick Co., Maryland (6/15/2019). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus growing in Montgomery Co., Maryland (6/23/2018). Determined by Bob Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus growing in Washington Co., Maryland (8/4/2018). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus in Montgomery Co., Maryland (5/26/2019). Determined by Bob and Jo Solem. Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus growing in Prince George's Co., Maryland (7/5/2019). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus growing in Montgomery Co., Maryland (9/12/2018). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus growing in Howard Co., Maryland (7/29/2018). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

White Jelly Fungus spores in Howard Co., Maryland (6/24/2016). Photo by Robert Solem. (MBP list)


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