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Small white fungi

Observed: 27th February 2011 By: terrycrynantterrycrynant’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensterrycrynant’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:

Fungi growing on dead stems of grass,bramble and rosebay willowherb.Growing like a bracket on vertical stems.Most were suspended beneath horizontal stems.Most were about 10mm ,biggest 30mm by 15mm.They were growing on dead stems close to the ground amongst leaf litter in damp silver birch woodland.

Identifications

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Species interactions

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Comments

flaxton's picture

It is certainly one of the

It is certainly one of the Crepidotus. The gills look to be starting to turn pink which they would do in variabilis but it could also be one of the others and it would need that dreaded word microscopy to be sure.