Growing on rotten stump, probably of hawthorn.
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Many thanks. M. inclinata seems to grow almost exclusively on oak stumps in the UK. This was almost certainly not oak: all the oaks on the site have been introduced in the last 20 or so years and there's no indication that there were any prior to this. The particular site is in what used to be a hedgerow with very elderly hawthorn, larch and Scots pine. Would this tend to push you towards M. galericulata?
M galericulata is also a broad leaved tree lover.
Your picture does show the anastomosing ridges more prevalent in M galericulata so yes that would now be my preference.
Lat/Lng: 55.4733, -3.2022
OS grid ref: NT241205