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This on the base of a rotting section of ash. I am guessing from looking at pictures that it might be Postia subcaesia. But it may be something completely different. 

 

Any ideas?

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16 minutes ago, tomo567 said:

Could it be kretzschmaria

I was wondering about that, though this is what I would call kretzshmaria, on an old beech stump.

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On 17/01/2019 at 18:39, AJStrees said:

This on the base of a rotting section of ash. I am guessing from looking at pictures that it might be Postia subcaesia. But it may be something completely different. 

 

Any ideas?

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Any other ideas on this one? 

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35 minutes ago, Will Heal said:

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Saw this fungus on a beech today, never seen it before though. Also had old merip around the base and ganoderma too!

Schizophyllum commune - Split Gills

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2 hours ago, Will Heal said:


Thanks David, is it quite rare? Or have I just missed spotting it !

Fairly common Will, but only if you had the pleasure of seeing them and bagged them in their particular habitat.

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