Bracket fungus growing on Beech on the Lanhydrock Estate, Cornwall
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If you cut the pores or just score it,the color should change I pressed my finger on the pores and it went darker after, it can be mistaken for G.adspersum, most immpressive specimin
I think it is much more likely to be G australe (adspersum). G applanatum generally has a much flatter profile. Unfortunately it is down to checking the internal structure or spores to be sure.
Lat/Lng: 50.4393, -4.69302
OS grid ref: SX088634
Growing on beech(Fagus sylvatica) in the woodland at Lanhydrock, Cornwall