Pheasant's Back Mushroom
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Dryad’s Saddle, also known as Pheasant’s Back Mushroom, is a distinctive fungus that grows in shelf-like formations, predominantly on decaying logs and stumps. It’s named for the mythical dryads (tree nymphs) who, in tales, might use these large fungi as seats, and its patterns somewhat resemble the plumage of a pheasant.
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