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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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It is hard to say with Ganoderma australe and G applanatum as they are so similar.It is sometimes better to go just for Ganaderma I know you can cut through one and tell by the growth as I think it's G.australe that does not have a sterile layer between the pores and G.applanatum does.I think Flaxton posted an example of this last year but not sure how to link to it.
Than's Fenwickfield fungi is a very hard subject but i find it an enjoyable challenge cheers.
I feel exactly the same but as you say it's a challenge and there is always something new to discover.I have only been learning for a couple of years but they say you are always learning.I was interested in fungi but never knew anything about them and I think I have learnt a lot using iSpot and getting help and advice from the knowledgeable ones.
Hear is the link
Thank's for the kind reply fenwickfield comments like yours just spur me on cheers
Thank you for the link flaxton much appreciated
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