Wood Fungus (Phlebia radiata) - Stock Image

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Phlebia merismoides Fr. syn. P. radiata Fr. syn. P. aurantiaca (Sow.) Karst. Orangefarbiger Kammpilz. Fruit body resupinate forming round, oval or irregular patches, 8–10mm across and 2–3mm thick, margin fringed, surface very wrinkled with radiating ridges, the colour varying from dull flesh-colour or purplish to bright fluorescent orange, especially at the margin, tending to whitish with age. Spores white, sausage-shaped, 4–7 x 1–3um. Habitat on the bark of dead deciduous trees, especially beech. Season all year. Common. Not edible. Distribution, America and Europe (source R. Phillips).

This nice crust forming Fungus grows on dead deciduous wood and is common in the Netherlands.

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