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Any advice on this fungi

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Hi,

 

I found this fungi on at the base of a large reduced Larch today and wondered what type of fungi it 

is and if the customer should have any cause for concern?

 

Thanks

 

 

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Possibly Heterobasidion annosum.
Can you clean up the underside and get some better pics? Cut a segment out of it also.
Have you got the tma fungi app, very good for free.

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