Common Name: Chicken of the Woods
Location: Hardwood Forests
Spore Color: White
Pore Color: White
A great edible that is very easy to identify. It grows in a rosette pattern at the base of trees, and has a bright orange upper surface with a while underside.
Laetiporus sulphureus is similar but it has a bright yellow underside and grows on downed wood.
9/24/12 - Paynetown SRA - Bloomington, IN
7/26/10 - Brown County State Park - Nashville, IN
Old dried up specimen.
9/13/12 - Yellowood State Forest - Nashville, IN