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Jelly rot fungus

Phlebia tremellosa


The fruitbody is resupinate but more often forming small brackets. The resupinate form spreads radially and flows into each other, the margin is covered in silky radiating fibres. The bracket form is 1–5 cm across, thin, flexible, semicircular and often tiered. The margin is hairy and the upper surface is white and hairy. Fertile or lower side is orange-buff or pinkish appearing almost poroid. The flesh is whitish, thin and gelatinous.


Phlebia tremellosa can be found on stumps or fallen branches of deciduous, less frequently coniferous, wood.


Spotted in Speulderbos, Veluwe, Holland. (sources: see reference)

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Gelderland, Netherlands

Lat: 52.26, Long: 5.68

Spotted on Oct 14, 2019
Submitted on Jan 10, 2020

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