Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
Notes: One of the factors that confuses this identification is the lack of hairs on the bracket.
It is about 3 cm in diameter across the broadest lenght to the bracket. It has no obvious odour and the flesh is moderately firm and rubbery. The specimen is growing out of the end of, what would have been the tree-end,of a stick stuck in a Bird Cherry tree.
Top of bracket is a pale yellowish-brown with several darker brown warty spots. Other than this the surface is alomost completely flat. there is a thin wavy, ragged upward pointing fringe around the egde.
The pore surface is just off-white in colour with regular angular pores that get smaller towards the outer edge of the bracket.