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5 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

So, what does it do?

Looks pretty I would say ....

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42 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

So, what does it do?

Very little text out there on it’s ecology, from observations I’d say it’s primarily associated with older root systems with associated dysfunction. I’ve excavated a couple of fruitbodies in the past to trace back mycelium to wood volumes and in both cases found it directly attached on dead roots. 

We have it hosting with pendunculate, sessile and red oak as well as beech, lime and hornbeam on our trees in north London. Don’t think it’s as scarce as records seem to indicate. 

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