(Willd.) Pers. (1800)
Helvella acaulis Pers. (1778)
Stereum hirsutum, also called False Turkey Tail, is a fungus typically forming multiple brackets on dead wood. It is also a plant pathogen infecting peach trees. S. hirsutum is in turn parasitised by certain other species such as the fungus Tremella aurantia. Substrates for S. hirsutum include dead limbs and trunks of both hardwoods and conifers.
- Thomas J. Volk. 2016 |Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for November 2000.
- C. Michael Hogan.Witch's Butter: Tremella mesenterica, GlobalTwitcher.com, ed; N. Stromberg 2009
- Species Fungorum. 2009. Synonymy: Stereum hirsutum
- USDA. 2009 USDA Fungal Database: Stereum hirsutum database
- Media related to Stereum hirsutum at Wikimedia Commons
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