Howe, Ron wrote:
Seen a suspected sample from Beech just yesterday, but it's usually G.
pfeifferi on Beech not G. resinaceum.
So far my diagnosis is only from these photos* - both of the same fungus,
taken May and October/November.
Don't look like pfeifferi to me. Also, my contact tells me that the
brackets are rubbery rather than woody, and that it's got a shiny upper
Really ought to go and look myself, I suppose - but I was wondering if
this 'only on Oak' thing has any justification.
* They're not going to get through at that size - so try this
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