found in woodland nr Glencoe Lochan
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Is that in a Conifer plantation?
Or is it an odd birch on the edge?
The conifers look like Larch which makes it very unlikely to be a Birch Polypore. The photo was taken in October a revisit to site to confirm tree type and another photo might help. Interesting image never the less !
Hi Refugee to be honest i am unsure if this was a differant type of tree from the main group in this area which were of the conifer type ... the green trees seen here fron across the lochan http://www.panoramio.com/photo/61358935
There are indeed some trees close to the edge of the lake that do have white bark. I did imagine just such a scene.
How close to the water was the photo taken?
We may indeed have Birch with a polypore on it here...
Hello again Refugee thanks for your reply .... this shot was taken around 15 feet inside the main green tree line as seen on my panoramio shot and not amoung the trees lining the loch side that were indeed a differant type of tree
best wishes .. steve
The trees in the background are spruce - probably Sitka (from the greyish bark with plates), but there is not much to help identify the tree with the fungus
I must admit i do not see birch with moss on the trunks that often but it does tend to be more wet north of the border where i have spent no more than a week or so many years ago. It could still be birch based on the local climate.
Lat/Lng: 56.69074, -5.09433
OS grid ref: NN105597