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ID this fungus please?

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On ‎04‎/‎09‎/‎2017 at 15:47, Tony Croft aka hamadryad said:

looks like both species to me, and very extensive decay.


If this trees already had a history of failure and now cleary shows very extensive stem rot there is little to do but the obvious. This beech tree is cleary about to finish its life cycle, but lets not forgetthe other life cycles within that continue or even begin once the tree actualy dies or dies as a result of the failure.

ok thanks for that, is a shame as its a huge tree.

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