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Tremella foliacea

Tremella foliacea are thought to be parasitic while growing on dead wood; most commonly hardwood. Known by various names such as jelly leaf or leafy jelly or Brown Witches’ Butter, Fodros rezgõgomba or leafy brain. Like the closely-related Tremella aurantia, Leafy Brain, Tremella foliacea grows on dead wood that has been attacked by the wood-rotting fungus Stereum hirsutum (commonly referred to as Hairy Curtain Crust) and other sp? Smell strongly of tar when drying.


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