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Not the greatest picture. I’m flicking through my book and the closest thing I can find is Trametes Versicolor but not as vibrant. Can anyone help?


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Found it...


Phaeolus schweinitzii.


Seems like the one.

Cheers mate, much appreciated.



Edited by JonnyRFT

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Ganoderma spp.

Possibly G. australe.

Cocoa brown spore on the bracket surface and ivy leaves and white pore layer is the key here. Phaeolus schweinitzii has pale yellow spore.

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