365 Nature – Day 10
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I’ve been watching these fungi growing in our backyard for awhile. Unfortunately I didn’t document when I first noticed them, but I do have photos of them from back in October. They look like some type of shelf fungi, but I’m still a beginner mycologist. In Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest they look similar to fungi in the Tremetes family. There are two listed which may be close matches, Trametes versicolor, also called Turkey Tail and Trametes hirsuta.
Kelly has a certificate from the University of Washington in non-fiction writing. She continually takes classes and attends talks on various natural history topics. In 2009 she earned a bachelors degree in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon.
She's also an avid photographer focusing on the natural world.
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