Northern Tooth Fungus Causes Tree-snap

Climacodon septentrionalis, or the Northern Tooth Fungus, is considered inedible because of its bitter taste and rubbery texture. It is a parasite of living hardwood trees, showing a preference for maple, beech, and ash. There is no cure for an infected tree. In fact, by the time you see the elegant fungal leaves, significant damageContinue reading “Northern Tooth Fungus Causes Tree-snap”