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Old 13-10-09   #1 (permalink)
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Developing fruit bodies

Fistulina hepatica - Beefsteak, on Oak at 4m

Observed between 17-09 & 08-10

Feel free to add yours.

That is ofcourse, whether or not your as sad as me
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I'd eat it if if ever found one that fresh!
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Excellent idea for a thread David. Would be nice to do a time-lapse of say 100 pics and then merge them on Photoshop.
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Excellent as always

I bet Rob D would be rubbing his hands at that bit of wood!
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Great series of pics
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Re: Developing fruit bodies

Hereís one ive been watching on Q, cerris (Turkey Oak)
Havenít a clue what it is
Picís from 15/05 to 1/10







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Hereís one ive been watching on Q, cerris (Turkey Oak)
Havenít a clue what it is

Young heterobasidion annosum. ?
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Hereís one ive been watching on Q, cerris (Turkey Oak)
Havenít a clue what it is
Picís from 15/05 to 1/10







I wouldn't be suprised if that was Innonotus dryadeus
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Looks like it's going to be an Inonotus dryadeus, esp on turkey oak. You'll have to look out for drops of watery golden liquid it produces on surface-then you'll know for sure. Good series of pics.
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