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Sebacina sp.?

Sebacina sp.?


slimy in places with rubbery looking wrinkles and folds, growing on deciduous tree my first guess birch but could be oak or beech which were also in the woodland. I got the idea of Sebacina from MO: There are no records of Sebacina helvelloides in the UK so if it is Sebacina, it's probably not this one! Jae has found a fungus that has similarities!


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1 Comment

Tao 6 years ago

This looks like a specimen of Phlebia being covered partly by a Myxogastria (the orange plasmodium). I own the Sebacina observation from MO you linked here.
Look at another plasmodium I found that is also on a Phlebia.

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High Peak, England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Jan 3, 2013
Submitted on Jan 7, 2013

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