Thelephora terrestris

Common Names: Earth fan
Category: Fungi
Sub-category: Fiber fans

A saprophytic, spreading fungus which crawls through forest litter under conifers, making fan-shaped caps in little clusters and rosettes. The caps are typically a shade of fairly dark brown, with whitish margins (when fresh); the undersides of the caps are bald but wrinkled, often into tight little bumps. Typically found with conifers.

Edible Notes: Not likely considered edible. Likely too tough/woody to consume.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.