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Perenniporia fraxinea
Perenniporia fraxinea
Description
  • Hard woody bracket, white at first, darkening to black with a cream/yellow rim. White to cream pores. Usually at the base of trunks.
Host Species
  • Ash, Beech, Robinia, Poplar
Mode Of Decay Significance
  • Can lead to brittle fracture of stems.
Distribution
  • Europe
Notes
  • Can be confused with Rigidoporus ulmarius



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P. fraxinea - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea on Beech - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea - taken by D Humphries Perenniporia fraxinea - Photo 199 P. fraxinea - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea on Poplar - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea  on Ash roots - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea on Ash - taken by D Humphries Flesh & tube layer Flesh & tube layer P. fraxinea on Ash - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea on Ash - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea tube layer - taken by D Humphries P. fraxinea pores - taken by D Humphries
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Comments
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Ross Winchester Great job David ,fantastic pictures . 09-06-13
David Humphries Glad to hear the directory is being used & received for the purpose it was designed for. Makes the effort we put in worthwhile 09-10-11
IC TREES Fantastic work, really helps me a lot. 09-10-11
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