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The underside of any Jelly Rot I have seen has been very folded and pale orange. The specimen on top of your log has that bristly look to it's surface but the bracket down the side may be something else, possibly Smoky Bracket? Sorry I'm rambling a bit - I hope someone will give you a definitive ID.
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I agree with the previous contributor (Janet). Perhaps waiting and seeing how they develop might hold the key to their ID. Regards
Thanks for these comments. I have some photos of another set of brackets from the same stump that I think are Smoky Bracket. I'll link them to this observation when I get round to uploading them.
I thought the same as Janet and Hugh
Is this the same as this: http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/247138?
Your 3 photos of the side of the log are, I think, Smoky Bracket. I can see the greyish shade on the underside.
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