ex-royal's picture

Not known bracket fungus

Observed: 24th October 2012 By: ex-royalex-royal’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensex-royal’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensex-royal’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:
Identifications

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Species interactions

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Comments

stevenelawson's picture

Brilliant find...

Amazing sight that and good photos. Can you tell us what kind of tree they were on?

stevenelawson's picture

and...

What texture did they bave? Hard? Rubbery? Hairy upper?

ex-royal's picture

THANKS

for the ID Sheila. I recall the brackets were quite small, standing out up to about 5cm from the tree and up to about 7cm across.

Steven, I cannot find my notes from the day but I remember the brackets were softish and slightly textured. I can't be certain but I think the tree was Alder.

Alan

Fenwickfield's picture

points

With the extra info and tree type I think it is Inonotus radiatus grows on Alder plus size is right it's page 113 in MICHAEL JORDAN BOOK

Fenwickfield