Blushing Bracket (Daedaleopsis confragosa)
Daedaleopsis Confragosa is found throughout North America, mostly east of the
Rockies and is common in Europe and Asia. It has been nicknamed the Blushing
Bracket for it often has shades of pink or mauve in the upper surface, with an
underside that is tan or white and bruises pink/red.
The Blushing Bracket is a shelf like mushroom, growing in a fan shape on dead
or dying wood. Particularly found willow, it has no stem as the fruits bodies attach
directly to its host and cause white rot. The brackets are slow growing and can
grow from 5-20cm across and 1-4cm thick. Although the fruit bodies are
inedible, it can be made into extracts and has been studied for its antifungal,
antioxidative and genoprotective potential.
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