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What was the tree type?
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Not a Ganoderma but it does not look right for Daedaleopsis either :( Trametes gibbosa?
I was also considering Daedalea quercina but dismissed it on grounds of not being thick enough. Ditto for T.gibbosa having a similer (thick) shape to Oak Mazegill.
Im certain the tree species is going to be a vital bit of info to ID.
Im not convinced there isnt two species here.
Thanks for your input I need to look at the Tree myself tomorrow its in the grounds of a former stately hall These where growing together and where quickly taken on route with a phone camera the different image being smaller and fresher in appearance
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