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Is there a second FFB below the main fruiting mass, there looks to be something different but the photos are quite poor and it's difficult to make out.

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Schizophylum commune (split gill fungus) perhaps.

looks like it's being parasitised by a second fungus, accounting for the different appearance of the lower portion

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11 hours ago, Southeast Tree Care Ltd said:


What where you thinking it could be?

Had a couple of ideas but atm don't want to appear foolish and list them. Can you get some much clearer photos, including the undersurface and maybe even see if you can get a spore print? 

 

I'm puzzled.

10 hours ago, Michael h said:

Schizophylum commune (split gill fungus) perhaps.

looks like it's being parasitised by a second fungus, accounting for the different appearance of the lower portion

Is that even recorded in the UK? My brief search last night indicated that it wasn't but I'd be happy to be corrected.

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2 hours ago, Gary Prentice said:

Is that even recorded in the UK? My brief search last night indicated that it wasn't but I'd be happy to be corrected.

Quite common in woodlands on dead wood volumes Gary 

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On 28/01/2020 at 07:59, David Humphries said:

Quite common in woodlands on dead wood volumes Gary 

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That'll teach me to rely on Wikepedia, as a reliable source :001_rolleyes:

 

"This mushroom is found predominantly in Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Madagascar, Nigeria and Northeastern India. It is found in the wild on decaying trees "

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