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On Cherry, what do you guys think? Tia. IMG_2632.thumb.jpg.ea2ce41cb07dbfd39caa5f4f49fd3aa7.jpgIMG_2633.thumb.jpg.77417ac6e6733d484d5933be02aa81d9.jpg

Don't have enough knowledge to say, but maybe if you stick it in the " tis the season to see fungi" thread more of those with an in-depth knowledge may see the post.

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I'm thinking two possibilities, but not the expert either so may be leading you down the garden path. 


Either Inonotus species or otherwise and who knows, but worth a guess; Daedaleopsis species. 


However David Humphries is the expert on this matter. 

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20 minutes ago, David Humphries said:

AJS is on to it - Daedaleopsis confragosa, the blushing bracket 

Hurrah! got one! :thumbup:

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