Auriculariales is an order of basidiomycotic fungi. The members are jelly-like, wood decay fungi characterized by their typically brown colors and their tough, rubbery consistency. They can be distinguished from other jelly fungi by their transversely septate basidia, which are perpendicular to the direction of growth.
Auricularia auricula-judae
Article by Tom Vork on this species, commonly known as Judas’ Ear, with much information and several photographs, including microscopic images.
Auricularia auricula-judae (Jelly Ear, Jew’s Ear or Judas’s Ear Fungus)
Many photographs of this species growing on dead elder, including microscopic images of the hymenial elements.
Auricularia delicata
Photograph of this species which was found in Puerto Rico.
Auricularia delicata
This species photographed in Puerto Rico.
Auricularia fuscosuccinea
Photograph of this species which was found in Puerto Rico.
Auricularia mesenterica
Rogers Mushrooms provides information and photos of the tripe fungus.
Auricularia mesenterica (Tripe Fungus)
Two photographs of the young fruitbodies of this species.
Auricularia mesenterica (Tripe Fungus)
Two photographs of mature fruitbodies of this species.
Auricularia polytricha
Photograph of this species which was found in Puerto Rico.
Auricularia polytricha
Photograph and information on this species which is used in Chinese dishes.
Exidia recisa
Photographs of this species and its typical habitat.
Exidiaceae
Photographs of Eichleriella deglubens and several species of Exidia.
Pseudohydnum
Several fungi from this genus which were found in the Dominican Republic.
Pseudohydnum gelatinosum
Rogers Mushrooms contains information and photos of this species.
Tremiscus helvelloides
Several photographs of this orange fungus.
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