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Blushing Bracket

Bracket fungus, photographed 17 July 2005 by B Crowley, ID by P Collins

Bracket fungus, photographed 17 July 2005 by B Crowley, ID by P Collins

Blushing bracket fungus (Daedaleopsis confragosa (Bolt. ex Fr.) Schroet. Syn: Trametes rubescens (A.&S.). Freshly emerged pristine white bracket fungi (3-4cm) growing on dead log. Also on top of log, where they resemble balls of putty. See below also.
(17 July 2005)

 

Bracket fungi, photographed 31/07/2005 by B Crowley, ID by P Collins

Bracket fungi, photographed 31/07/2005 by B Crowley, ID by P Collins

These are the same fungi as above (Daedaleopsis confragosa), but as they appeared 2 weeks later.
(31 July 2005)


Group: Fungi
Order: Polyporales
Family: Polyporaceae
Species: Daedaleopsis confragosa (Bolt. ex Fr.)
Common Name: Blushing Bracket
Author: B Crowley
Location: Thrupp Lake

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