Chicken Of The Woods - Chicken Of The Woods flac album
Title: Chicken Of The Woods
Style: Folk Rock
MP3 album: 1142 mb
FLAC album: 1854 mb
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Genre: Rock / Folk / World music
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Laetiporus sulphureus is a species of bracket fungus (fungi that grow on trees) found in Europe and North America. Its common names are crab-of-the-woods, sulphur polypore, sulphur shelf, and. Its fruit bodies grow as striking golden-yellow shelf-like structures on tree trunks and branches. Old fruitbodies fade to pale beige or pale grey. The undersurface of the fruit body is made up of tubelike pores rather than gills.
Overview: Chicken of the woods is parasitic and saprobic on living and dead oaks (also sometimes on the wood of other hardwoods). It causes a reddish brown cubical heart rot, with thin areas of white mycelium visible in the cracks of the wood. It is considered an annual favourite. These mushrooms do not appear until well after the fungus has attacked the tree.
Laetiporus sulphureus (chicken of the woods ) has great taste. Laetiporus sulphureus is known as the sulfur shelf, crab mushroom, chicken of the woods. Chicken of the woods mushroom can seen on the trees. All you need to know about chicken of the woods can be found on our page.
Also called the chicken mushroom, or the chicken fungus, Laetiporus is an easily recognizable, brightly colored fungus that is often found in clusters. The fungus grows in large brackets on trees, mostly oak, that are either living or decaying, causing a reddish brown heart-rot of wood. If the mushrooms are seen fruiting, you can be sure that the fungus has already attacked the tree. They’re pretty huge, growing 2 to 20 inches across.
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The Chicken-of-the-wood is a fast growing fungus which, if just the outer edges (about 5 cm) are collected/cut, recovers quickly and allows for second harvest later during the season. However, around 20% of people show sensitivity to this mushroom becoming ill quickly after consumption. For this reason it is advised to only consume a small portion the first time it is tried. The wavy-edged cap of the fruit body ranges 5 to 30 cm across, up to 20 cm deep and up to 3 cm thick, growing in a cluster that can reach up to 75 cm across. The fruit body grows directly out of the tree trunk and therefore does not possess a stem.
|1||You Can Be Satisfied|
|3||Walk Straight No More|
|5||Emergency Of The Horses|
|6||Half-Deaf And Half-Blind Alsatian|
|8||In The Belly Of The Pig|
|9||Volver A Los 17|
|10||Voices In The Air|
|11||The Ballad Of The Shropshire Lorry|
- Arranged By – Chicken Of The Woods
- Design – Joe Montgomery
- Mastered By – Iain Hodge
- Photography By – Richard Guest
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Phil Harmer
NotesRecorded & Mixed At The Snake Ranch, Chelsea, London.
© 2000 Chicken Of The Woods And Jonathan Beckitt
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- Barcode: 5 039104 007061