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The fruitbodies, also called brackets, are white to cream, with brown edge normally - the green colour is coming from algae colonizing he upper surface. The underside is whitish, with large slot-like pores (pic N° 3) The biggest brackets observed on this fallen tree are 30 cm across. On touch, flesh is cork-like tough.
Found in large colony on a fallen tree on forest floor in lowland oak forest, another (small) protected forested zone in pays de Gex, Geneva lake valley.