on felled beech tree,small leathery bracket,dark above and with dirty whitish looking slot like tubes,in tiers on beech
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This doesn't look right for D mollis but I am not sure what it might be. Keep and eye on it and see how it develops.
I can get another sample if there is no ID, have you any idea even to point me in a better direction. I really thought it was this
My first thought when I saw it was Heterobasidion but that only grows on conifer so it cannot be that. When I have found Datronia before it has never taken on the shape of your find but always been a relatively flat layer on the wood. I was told D mollis easily peels of the substrate but all I can suggest is to leave it to develop.
Lat/Lng: 55.0585, -2.2168
OS grid ref: NY862738