Tiered Tooth (Hericium cirrhatum)
Three recent images of freshly emerging H. cirrhatum. The largest, on the mossy background, approximately 4cm in height. The smallest, emerging from a wound in the bark of a decaying beech, less than 2cm in diameter.
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