small, a 2p would cover it
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No interactions present.
But there are some good mycologists on the site, so there is a chance! Can you identify the wood it was growing on? That can often be important.
on a fallen wild cherry branch
Unfortunately, none of the fungi associated with Cherry look like this, as far as I can see, so it is probably associated with dead hardwood in general.
Have a look at:
Click on the "Small Polypores and allies..." link: it will display a number of likely candidates.
Now it's a case of finding one that looks right: if it says "season: summer" and "habitat: on dead hardwoods", you have a winner!
thanks for trying, will have a go with roger
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