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A Walk Through The Woods!
    #1460288 - 04/15/03 02:36 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Any possible IDs on this lot? Just for the sake of interest!

SW of the UK. Been a dry few days. Temp. in the 20s.

Growing off Oak, black residue on the surface.


Growing off Birch, underside:


Topside:


This little fella was growing from the leaf litter next to a fallen Birch, Height and width of cap no more than an inch:


Multicoloured fungi on rotten wood:


Absolutely no idea, there were two of these growing out of a fallen oak, this was the better of the two:


Sorry about some of the quality, my Fuji 40i takes ages to take Macro pics, and I can't keep still long enough. :wink: 


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Re: A Walk Through The Woods! [Re: Jackal]
    #1460378 - 04/15/03 03:02 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The multicolored one in the second to last pic appears to be Trametes versicolor.

DH


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Re: A Walk Through The Woods! [Re: Jackal]
    #1462107 - 04/15/03 11:39 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The first looks like a Fomes.

The second looks like Piptoporus betulinus, which only grows on birch.

We need to see the underside of the third to ID it.

The fourth ones look like Trametes versicolor. There are a couple very similar related species it could be, also.

I can't get a good idea of what the last one looks like. We need more photos, especially of the underside.

Hope that helps.

Happy mushrooming!


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Re: A Walk Through The Woods! [Re: ToxicMan]
    #1462832 - 04/16/03 03:44 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Thanks for the info, just interested in whats growing in the woods nearby.


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