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Polyporus squamosus - Dryads saddle
Polyporus squamosus - Dryads saddle
Description
  • Soft, fleshy, yellow/brown, scaly, fan shaped bracket. White/cream pores. Singular or in tiers.
Host Species
  • Horse Chestnut, Elm, Maple, Ash, Lime, Beech
Mode Of Decay Significance
  • Forms cavaties, but can lead to part failure.
Distribution
  • Europe/North America
Notes
  • Spring to late summer



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P. squamosus - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Sycamore - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Maple - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Willow - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Ash - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Beech - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Maple - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Horse Chestnut - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Beech - taken by D Humphries P. squamosus on Maple - taken by D Humphries
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Comments
Author Comment Date
David Humphries According to the Fungi Records Data Base of Britain & Ireland, Yes

http://www.fieldmycology.net/FRDBI/FRDBIrecord.asp?pg=33



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27-01-12
Treespasser can this attack Quercus? Cheers 27-01-12
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