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Russell Miller



Seems to be the season for Coriolopsis gallica. This is a tier of brackets on a living Prunus padus street tree in Hackney. It took me a while to get to the ID since I associate Coriolopsis gallica with deadwood and ash.

It is also fruiting in nearby Clissold park on a huge ash log.



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On 8/11/2017 at 14:50, Mark J said:

I think I may have found Coriolopsis gallica the other day too.


I'm not entirely sure which tree it's on:









Nope you have Meripilus on Crateagus which is still awesome as its a new association in my experience.

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23 minutes ago, Tony Croft aka hamadryad said:

Nope you have Meripilus on Crateagus which is still awesome as its a new association in my experience.

There's a beech 5m away from the Crataegus which has Meripilus also.

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