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Abortiporus biennus

Observed: 11th July 2011 By: New Forest WalkerNew Forest Walker’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:

A delicate fungi, mainly creamy white coloured turning peachy pink at the edges, the underside looks a little like lace. Approximately 8-10cm across - each cluster.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

miked's picture

Very intersting, do you have

Very intersting, do you have higher resolutin images as I can't really see any detail of the underside. Do you think it could be one fungus growing on another?

New Forest Walker's picture

Higher resolution images

Hi Miked
I've added two original images - I hope they help somewhat.

They looked very much like one fungus to me, although I'm no expert.

miked's picture

Thanks, the other reason i

Thanks, the other reason i wanted a higher res image was to check if it was spines(teeth) or not underneath and they don't look like spines. Have seen one or two that look a bit like this in the books but i am not very familiar with them so would not like to make an ID. probably someone else would have a go. by the way have you come across the hampshire fungus group http://www.hampshirefungi.org.uk/ and there may be another group that deals with fungi just in new forest.

Andy Overall's picture

Abortiporus biennus

I think this is Abortiporus biennus.

Andy Overall
www.fungitobewith.org

New Forest Walker's picture

Thank you Miked for the links

Thank you Miked for the links - very interesting.
Andy - that looks very much like it. I've found a picture on the site http://www.mushroomexpert.com that looks exactly the same as the one I've seen, although it looks like this can take a number of forms. I'll change the ID and see if I get any agreements.

Thanks again for all the info.