Ornament Polypore (Amauroderma Rugosum) Gourmet Mushroom Culture



Your order today will contain:

(1) Sterile 12 ml syringe with locking cap, filled with fresh Gourmet Mushroom  mycelium. 

(1) Mylar syringe sleeve for long-term storage.

(2) Alcohol pads.

(1) 16-gauge needle.

(1) Cold / Warm Weather insert (depending on shipping location and time of year)

(1) Free 20-gram sample pack of my mushroom nutrient broth premix.

A $15 value, make 1 liter of your own lab-quality mushroom liquid culture.


Ornament Polypore

Ornament Polypore
Ornament Polypore

The term “Ornament Polypore” doesn’t align with any commonly recognized names for a species of fungus as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021. It’s possible that it could be a local or less common name for a certain kind of polypore mushroom.

Polypore mushrooms, also known as bracket fungi, are a large group of fungi that form fruiting bodies with pores or tubes on the underside. They are commonly found on tree trunks or fallen logs in a variety of environments worldwide


Polypore mushrooms, also known as bracket fungi or shelf fungi, are a diverse group of fungi belonging to the phylum Basidiomycota. They form large, shelf-like fruiting bodies (also called conks) that are usually found growing on trees, both living and dead. These fruiting bodies are characterized by the multiple small pores or tubes found on the underside, which is where the spores are released.

Polypore mushrooms are primarily wood-decaying fungi, playing a vital role in the ecosystem by breaking down and recycling organic matter. However, some can also be pathogenic to trees.

While many species of polypore mushrooms are inedible due to their tough or woody texture, a few, like “Chicken of the Woods” (Laetiporus sulphureus) and “Hen of the Woods” (Grifola frondosa), are considered edible and are even sought after for their taste.

As with any wild mushroom, identification should be done with absolute certainty before consumption as several species can be harmful. Additionally, some individuals may have allergies or sensitivities to certain types of mushrooms.

For any specific information or identification about a specific kind of polypore, you might need to refer to a field guide, a mycology expert, or an up-to-date and reliable online source.

Additional information

Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

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