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I photographed this piece of natural beauty lying on my back and try to stop the leeches crawling across the front of my lens. I really havent done it justice and failed to get an underside photo for ID. It apparently has no trouble growing around twigs or whatever gets in the way. The day I photographed this it was raining on and off most of the day. The (hot spots) shiney areas, were gelantenous ares and the fungi had a clam/Oyster like resemblace in the curved shape and distinctive wavey edge. .
There were little spots and patches of green scattered over the top edge of the fungi. There were several more in the group but this particular one was the best image to show. I would cautiously suggest that it is belonging to the bracket family but not totally committed to this suggestion.


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Danny, Could you make a reassessment please or leave as is. Ta kk

pores? smooth?
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2012-09-07 17:36:11 HST (-1000)