Figure 1. Fruiting of Hericium americanum on a dead tree in a wooded area of the Messiah College... Figure 1. Fruiting of Hericium americanum on a dead tree in a wooded area of the Messiah College... Figure 5. Hericium americanum .The long spines of Hericium americanum tend to be clustered at the... Figure 5. Hericium americanum .The long spines of Hericium americanum tend to be clustered at the... Figure 7. Note the branching structure and the spines which while not restricted to the branch tips... Figure 7. Note the branching structure and the spines which, while not restricted to the branch tips... Figure 2. Close-up of the specimen in Figure 1. The teeth are distributed as tufts of spines. Photo... Figure 2. Close-up of the specimen in Figure 1. The teeth are distributed as tufts of spines. Photo... Figure 4. Hericium americanum occurs from northeast North America to North Carolina. This beautiful... Figure 4. Hericium americanum occurs from northeast North America to North Carolina. This beautiful... Figure 3. A small specimen of bear's head tooth. Photo © Pam Kaminski. Figure 3. A small specimen of bear's head tooth. Photo © Pam Kaminski. Figure 6. Spines of bear's head tooth are generally longer than 1 cm in contrast to the spines of... Figure 6. Spines of bear's head tooth are generally longer than 1 cm in contrast to the spines of... Charles River Hedgehogs Spiky odd stuff back to top Hericium americanum Charles River Hedgehogs Spiky odd stuff back to top Hericium americanum July 4 2009 Hericium Coralloides July 4 2009 Hericium Coralloides 1.2.2. Coiling association with arbuscules (A) only in the inner cortex layer of Asarum canadense ... 1.2.2. Coiling association with arbuscules (A) only in the inner cortex layer of Asarum canadense ... Ref No: 9118 Buy this image Ref No: 9118 Buy this image 1.2.1. Beaded roots (arrows) of Sugar Maple ( Acer saccharum ) - a VAM host. More information 1.2.1. Beaded roots (arrows) of Sugar Maple ( Acer saccharum ) - a VAM host. More information
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