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Large, bracket, with pores. Bands of brown and tan. 450 mm across, 280 mm deep.
Growing on a stump. most likely oak.
Spotted it on the roadside while driving.
Nice spotting. The velvety cap and somewhat maze like pores in the third photo might suggest it is Phaeolus schweinitzii. They are saprobic on deadwood and usually found on stumps, though not on oak but conifers.
Spotted on Sep 11, 2020 Submitted on Sep 12, 2020