With the morning sun shining THROUGH these thin bracket fungi, they do look every bit like a turkey tail, especially after having just been show a good two dozen of the real thing in a local physician’s office.
The purported medical benefits do not warrant putting these common mushrooms in your mouth. In light of recent poisonings, an excess of caution is probably a good idea.
The Turkey Tail Mushroom (Trametes versicolor), aka Yun Zhi, Kawaratake, Coriolus versicolor | Wild Branch Mushrooms
- The World’s Biggest Fungus Amazingly Not Found In Washington, D.C. (webnerhouse.com)