Brown/black pustules 5mm diameter x 3mm height. Pimply. Some clusters.
On hazel twig.
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No interactions present.
The branch bark looks more like Beech to me,have a look at Diatrype disciformis,I think it is still called this and the name has not changed.The book I have it is is Jordans
Pretty sure it's on hazel - main trees around location. We don't have much beech here.
I've found H. fragiforme on variety of logs here including old firs. Earlier in year distinctive salmon-pink.
Also appears to be on surface of bark not erupting from below.
Many thanks all your help - I'm still learning about fungi after many years. "The more I know the more I realise I don't know"!
The more I know the more I realise I don't know
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