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Shapwick Heath 026

Observed: 21st March 2012 By: SomersetVC5 Recorder
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Shapwick Heath 026
Description:

Yellow blobs on dead wood

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

flaxton's picture

I am pretty sure this is not

I am pretty sure this is not Fuligo which has a more "granular" surface. This will(would) have developed into individual sporangia.

moremoth's picture

Fuligo?

That's interesting; I saw one like this recently that was also identified here as F. septica.
http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/253983
There are others, too.
Bill

Bill Welch

flaxton's picture

Bill This and yours are not

Bill
This and yours are not IMHO not Fuligo. Yours has developed the tell tale signs and stalk of something like a Stemonitis.
Mal

D.M.H.'s picture

Oops ment globular not

Oops ment globular not granular.

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