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Trametes pubescens

Observed: 7th January 2013 By: Beagle
Friends of Childwall Woods and FieldsMerseyside BioBankThe Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and
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Soft white fungus growing in crack of decaying tree in unchanged woodland.


Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!

Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


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Stereum pubescens

The specimen produced sausage shaped spores between 5-6um. The pale colours and faint zones suggest S. pubescens according to a colleague.


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Not a species hence not

Not a species hence not listed

All given ID's are subject to error/ommissions. Please seek independent verification before acting on ANY advice given. BE SAFE =)

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Revision - Trametes pubescens

You're right Mark. The revised ID is Trametes pubescens. Thanks and regards