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Observed: 30th October 2011 By: miked
iSpot team
Fungi and Lichens expert

possibly hymenochaete tabacina?


No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


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How about H. rubiginosa?

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there were no brackets or

there were no brackets or virtually none, just this crust all over the log.

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I'll back H. tabacina then...

I'll back H. tabacina then... "A crust which partially turns up to form small brackets, the fruit bodies can join together to form quite large (10-25cm) patches. Normally tobacco brown often with light edges, ochre- grey when old. Minutely hairy but you will need a x10 lens to observe it." - Rogers Mushrooms