Brightly yellow or orange - lobed like a damaged ear, stiff jelly-like on nearly dead braches
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Hence why you have Exidia glandulosa. This is "yellow Brain"
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Yes, I remember your original comment and the observation about Gorse.
My grandson will never forget Witches' Butter as being yellow though! We have never seen Exida. Shame and too late.
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Usually refer to several species a "witch's Butter" and many mycologists do not like using common names due to these regional differences.
I think there are lessons to be learned here, now that Jenny21 has entered the arena.
Well done then Jenny
Always use the scientific name as there are so many variation not only regionally but globally too .
Yes, absolutely, and I did.
But iSpot seems to 'require' a common name - witches butter is one, yellow trembler is another - these names may be 'offered' as iSpot alternatives.
To be honest I now accept that witches might prefer black butter anyway - no-one else would.
And further, I don't think the old country folk would have called it Yellow Brain.
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