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I believe a nice fresh beef steak. On the base of an oak (Fistulina hepatica) I took a small piece from underneath to show the gills a bit.

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56 minutes ago, AJStrees said:

I believe a nice fresh beef steak. On the base of an oak (Fistulina hepatica) I took a small piece from underneath to show the gills a bit.

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You mean of course ‘pores’ 👍

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12 minutes ago, David Humphries said:

You mean of course ‘pores’ 👍

Well now that you mention it,  yes Mr Humphries, pores was the word I was meaning... of course... :thumbup1:

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Yes indeed, AJ. The dotted ('stippled') stem and tiny pores makes this Leccinum. It looks rather like L. scabrum. Were there Birch trees around? 

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8 hours ago, Ben R said:

Yes indeed, AJ. The dotted ('stippled') stem and tiny pores makes this Leccinum. It looks rather like L. scabrum. Were there Birch trees around? 

Hi Ben, thanks for that. Yes there were Birch in somewhat close proximatey, but also silver poplar and oak. 

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5 hours ago, slack ma girdle said:

Growing out of an Ivy stem, my initial thought was Dyer's mazegill, but i don't think so.20200721_104448.jpg20200721_104438.jpg20200721_104410.jpg

Are the fruit bodies not on a tree volume beneath the ivy, Murray ?

 

Look a bit like Fuscoporia torulosa

 

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Are the fruit bodies not on a tree volume beneath the ivy, Murray ?
 
Look a bit like Fuscoporia torulosa
 
Definitively growing out of the Ivy, none on the Ash tree .
It does look like Fuscoporia torulosa, i shall gave to set the might of the Pembrokeshire fungi recording network on the case.
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