Widespread and common bracket, in this woodland, growing on live deciduous tree (Birch.
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Something does not look right for birch polypore - it is not enough of a "bracket" - is it on birch the bark does not look very "birchy" - the birch polypore is specific to birch as far as I know
First photographed this fungi in 2010, same place on same tree and to-date have not had a definitive identification - lots of it in the woodland which have been identified as P. betulinus. Perhaps a mycologist out there knows what it is. Regards
Lat/Lng: 53.375238877797, -2.8791046142578
OS grid ref: SJ416868
Local Nature Reserve; woodland and grassland wildflowers, fungi, butterflies and bird life.