It would not be the first time one of my posts has sent someone to sleep.mushroom mike wrote:WOW, that's an incredible likeness. I have a dried out sample for future analysis but this look bang on.Thank you very much. I will now be able to sleep tonight.
Corticoids, Crusts, Brackets, and any non-mushroom like fungi growing on wood
Very good. Just need to go back to see if its I.benzonium or I.resinosum. Context and trama show different colouring during formitoid stage. Also found that this has been previously recorded in the same woodland in 2007.
Incidentally, it is usually fairly easy to recognise an Inonotus species from the pores. When viewed from certain angles they have a silvery sheen, which they lose from other angles. I'm not sure if this is true for all Inonotus species, but it is certainly true of those I routinely encounter.
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