Growing among moss on conifer trunk
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Thanks Alan - I was dithering between C. rangiformis and C. furcata because of the odd and (presumably) acidic habitat.
However the specimen which I've just tested with both K and C gave a negative reaction - is the K+ variable?
I shall come back to this. I want to sit down at a free moment (ha!) and check these reactions with a range of material of both species.
At present I hold to my identification, though perhaps with reduced confidence! I agree the habitat is strange, but I have seen C. rangiformis in acid pinewoods.
Hi Alan - I look forward to the result of your further ponderings on this one!
It is possible that both the K and C I used were past their best .......(it has happened before).
Lat/Lng: 51.8527, -9.0983
OS grid ref: SK114409