GREY OYSTER MUSHROOM_ SPORE SPOT
GREY OYSTER mushroom is a common edible known for its oyster-shaped cap. One of the first things you should look for when trying to identify this mushroom is the presence of decurrent gills.
- Oyster or fan shaped, usually 2-10 inches across (5-25 cm).
- Often grow in a shelf-like formation with overlapping cluste
Stem .They may not have a stem. If they do it will often be stubby and off-center if the mushroom is growing on the side of a log. If it's growing on the top you will see a more well developed stem
Habitat. These mushrooms are saprotrophic, meaning they feed on dead material, in this case wood. Thus you'll find them growing on logs or sick or dying trees.
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