Tremellales are an order of basidiomycotic fungi. Most are jelly fungi, often with extensive convoluted surfaces. Members of the genus Tremella are mostly parasitic on wood decay fungi such as Stereum or Aleurodiscus. They can be distinguished from other jelly fungi by their cruciate-septate basidia (vertically septate, parallel to their direction of growth).
Tremella encephala
A number of photographs of this species. Text in Polish.
Tremella foliacea
Commonly known as Brown Witch’s Butter, a photograph and information on this species.
Tremella foliacea
Photographs and information on this species.
Tremella foliacea
Photographs and information on this species.
Tremella fuciformis
Photograph of this species, found in Puerto Rico.
Tremella fuciformis: The Snow Fungus
Photographs and article by Tom Volk on the snow fungus, an edible jelly fungus with medicinal properties.
Tremella mesenterica
Article by Tom Volk on this species, commonly known as Witch’s Butter, with much information and several photographs, including microscopic images.
Tremella mesenterica
Photographs of this species, its typical habitat and food, a dead deciduous log.
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