Notes: This fungi was strongly attached to a small branch that had become separated from the tree and was damp and decaying. I had to use considerable force to break the fungi away from the branch. I would think that it is one of the Woody fungi, but cannot get a good identification of it from my records because of the colour of the underside.(white = Amauroderma r.) If the underside had been white I would have said it to be a Amauroderma rude, but this is not the case and I did not bruise the underside or touch it before taking the image.
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