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Of the many different polypores found in Kansas, Trametes conchifer, is probably the oddest. It fruits gregariously on dead hardwood branches, especially elm, during late summer and fall. Old fruiting bodies are often seen during other seasons (like the ones pictured here, found them in Feb.). They start as shallow cups, they contain asexual spores that are splashed to distant sites by large raindrops similar to bird's nest fungi.