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Observed: 9th May 2012 By: martinjohnbishopmartinjohnbishop’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmartinjohnbishop’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmartinjohnbishop’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmartinjohnbishop’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:

On fallen ash branch

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Fenwickfield's picture

Colour

Was the upper surface that colour as it looks greenish from the photo.

Fenwickfield

martinjohnbishop's picture

Yes, it was raining and I

Yes, it was raining and I think the colour is due to algae.
Base colour yellowish-brown.

flaxton's picture

I am pretty sure these are

I am pretty sure these are not P crispa. If you look at the other finds (a couple of which are Fenwickfields own) you will see the spore bearing surface is made up of distinct wavy ridges almost like very thick gills running from the point of attachment to the edge of the fruit-body. In your find the underside is made up of elongated pores. Unable to come up with what it might be though.

jhn7's picture

Oh dear!

Yes, you have a point. No idea what it could be then.

Janet
Certificate in Contemporary Science (Open)

Fenwickfield's picture

same thought

I must admit I did not notice that about pores and not gills,so it is in the wrong section now and I cannot remove the id,any thoughts of what it could be changed too ie bracket ?

Fenwickfield

jhn7's picture

Trametes pubescens?

Cream with indistinct concentric zones + white rounded or angular occasionally elongated pores.

Janet
Certificate in Contemporary Science (Open)