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Exidia glandulosa (black jelly roll, witches' butter)

Exidia glandulosa (common names black witches' butter, black jelly roll, or warty jelly fungus) is a jelly fungus in the family Auriculariaceae.

While it may not taste like much, it is edible, and it's year-round survival food. 

Witches butter mushrooms are also medicinal, and they've been shown to have anti-tumor properties, as well as the potential to treat certain respiratory conditions.

Though jelly fungus on trees looks insidious, this is usually a beneficial organism. 

The healthy tissues of your tree aren't in any danger of being damaged by jelly fungus, but their presence indicates that your tree is rotting internally at the point where they're feeding.

These mushrooms are edible.


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