• grows on decaying trees
  • flesh is rubbery and gelatinous
  • surface is irregularly ribbed and veined
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Look-alikes in Ontario

The edible Tremella foliacea differs in that it grows in tightly packed, leafy clusters and only rarely occurs on conifers. The edible Exidia recisa differs in that it is smaller (up to 4 cm broad) and fuses with its many neighbors to form tight clusters.

Related topics: Edible Berries of Ontario - Edible Plants of Ontario
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