Is it just me or does this mushroom look like a dinosaur foot? The Willow Bracket mushroom can be found growing perennially on rotting logs or infested trees. It feeds on the cellulose of the host tree and slowly degrades and softens it. This mushroom is considered inedible but ha...

This next mushroom goes by many names; White Wood Ear, Jelly fungus, Snow fungus, Snow ear, Silver ear... the list goes on. Whatever you call it, Tremella fuciformis is a small mushroom that packs a big punch in regards to health! 

The White Wood Ear mushroom can be found...

In terms of where mushrooms are able to grow, Cordyceps takes the cake. This is probably the most interesting mushroom on this list in terms of its natural habitat. If you don't already know where this is going, take a look at the picture below. 
 

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