Physisporinus sanguinolentus (Alb. & Schwein.) Pilát, (bleeding porecrust)


17 Nov 2017 at OSGR: SZ19 in South Hants, England

Record Summaryold orange-stained fruitbodies on charred, fallen pine branch
Found asFruitbody
Date17 November 2017
Associated organismPinus
OS grid refOSGR: SZ19
Lat/Lon50° 50' N, 1° 50' W
Vice CountySouth Hants, VC no: 11
CountryEngland

Notes: The branch had been turned over some time previously, so the fruitbodies had all dried and turned orange. There were fresh white brackets on nearby fallen pine branches which bruised orange.

It was at first thought to be Pycnoporus sanguineus, but parts of the fruitbody were white which is never the case in that species.

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