In large amounts on rotting fallen branches of Beech.
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No interactions present.
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There was so much that I didn't know were to start it was on lot's of the branches,found some last year and Flaxton did the Id so I remembered as it is not in my books
Well done and well remembered. It is common in Scotland and gets more scarce the further south you come. I think S Yorks is the lower limit. I think it must be a good year for it as I have found it quite a few times in and around York.
Lat/Lng: 55.0585, -2.2131
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