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Fungus, Thames Path - 2012

Observed: 21st December 2012 By: marlandza
Botanical Society of South Africa
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2474 Fungus TP-rmf 2012-12-21 (C)
2475 Fungus undersideTP-rmf 2012-12-21 (C)
2481a Fungus and Xanthoria TP-rmf 2012-12-21 (C)
Description:

Growing in an exposed position alongside the river.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Jelly Ear (Auricularia auricula-judae) interacts

Comments

marlandza's picture

Thanks

Makes sense to me - was rather like an ear and very jelly-like too.

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what is it growing from!

what is it growing from!

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Seen when photohraphing Lichens

It was/is growing on some disintegrating wood at the edge of the Thames Walk - quite a sterile area.

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