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Trametes sp.

Observed: 15th September 2011 By: Beagle
Friends of Childwall Woods and FieldsMerseyside BioBankThe Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and
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Trametes sp.

Growing horizontally between roots of tree (Beech?).


Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!

Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


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Comparative thicknesses

Both fungi (Trametes and Meripilus) were growing around the base of the same beech? tree. Without precise measures, the size of the sandstone block, which could easily seat an adult, is an indicator. I shall take my measures with me next time.


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Trametes (versicolor) tends

Trametes (versicolor) tends to have at least some individual fruit-bodies rather than just a clump like this.