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Auricularia mesenterica - Tripe fungus
Auricularia mesenterica - Tripe fungus
Description
  • Grey to olive mass, of gelatinus small brackets, on trunks & branch wounds
Host Species
  • Deciduous trees including Ash, Beech, Elm & Plane
Mode Of Decay Significance
  • Can lead to failure of trunks & branches through hollowing
Distribution
  • Europe
Notes
  • All year



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A. mesenterica on Ash wound - taken by D Humphries A. mesenterica on occluding Plane wound - taken by D Humphries A. mesenterica close up - taken by D Humphries A. mesenterica on occluding Ash wound - taken by D Humphries Auricularia mesenterica - Tripe fungus - Photo 65
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