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Good evening,


After a bit of help.

I had to look at a early mature common beech.

On the buttress/ buttress roots and exposed scaffold roots there were multiple fungi 2 of which I have identified. The third one looks to me to be kretchmaria, however I want to be sure and there’s some doubt in my mind.

Any help would be greatly received.IMG_3037.jpgIMG_3035.jpgIMG_3035.jpgIMG_3042.jpg

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Ok, that’s what I was worried about. Yes, busy road outside a council office in the Mendip area.IMG_3040.jpg
The trees approx 15m high with a car park on one side,main road on the other plus 2x footpaths that lead to a public park.
There will be uproar if it has to be removed.

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