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Russell Miller

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  1. Coriolopsis gallica

    Seems to be the season for Coriolopsis gallica. This is a tier of brackets on a living Prunus padus street tree in Hackney. It took me a while to get to the ID since I associate Coriolopsis gallica with deadwood and ash. It is also fruiting in nearby Clissold park on a huge ash log. @treeruss
  2. Orchard Toothcrust - Sarcodontia crocea

    I'm hoping the tree is still there so I can go back and look for it again. I didn't appreciate what I was photographing when I took the photos in 2014.
  3. Looking back through some photos from 2014 discovered Orchard Tooth fungus or orchard toothcrust - Sarcodontia crocea. Surpisingly large bracket - about 50cm. On Malus in old orchard. London.
  4. Dusty fungus

    Laetiporus is common on willow and can disintigrate like this to powder. But it is a very long tier of brackets. @treeruss
  5. General Tree pics

    Oak is probably Q. macranthera (Caucasian oak). Leaves 15-23cm according to Mitchell.
  6. July/August photo competition sponsored by Arbinsure

    :scared1:Hang on, I'll be with you in a minute. I'm just writing the risk assesment.
  7. July/August photo competition sponsored by Arbinsure

    After a hard day's planting...
  8. July/August photo competition sponsored by Arbinsure

    Nice place to plant a tree. Russell


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