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Fungi on Ash. ID?

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9 minutes ago, David Humphries said:

Ganoderma species I would of thought. Perhaps G. resinaceum

Thanks David.  Any chance the tree could recover next year?  

 

It is part of a mature ash avenue and this tree leans towards a nice old building. 

 

Will try to get a slice of the fruiting body.

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52 minutes ago, buffalo606 said:

Thanks David.  Any chance the tree could recover next year?  

 

It is part of a mature ash avenue and this tree leans towards a nice old building. 

 

Will try to get a slice of the fruiting body.

I can’t answer that for you, without assessing the tree in the flesh, too many variables. 

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