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Orange Pore Fungus (Favolaschia calocera)

Orange Pore Fungus (Favolaschia calocera)

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Summary

Grows on WOOD.. .Common Name: Orange pore Fungus. .Fruit-body: This little fungus is very bright orange in colour. It is fan shaped like a ping pong bat, with a short stem (up to 20 mm long), attached to the side of the cap and to logs or dead branches. Instead of gills it has large pores giving it a honeycombed appearance. The pores are visible through the thin flesh. The fungus is 5-40 mm diameter.

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Date

28/03/2017
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Source

Bernard Spragg
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