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FRUIT BODY: 3 - 10cm wide. A smallish, gelatinous, stemless bracket with a reddish-brown upper surface covered in a fine wool towards the centre. The broad gills are close, pale pink and have a distinctly serrated edge. FLESH: Pale brown and thin with no distinct smell. Harsh tasting. SPORES: Round with amyloid spines. HABITAT: In horizontal clusters on rotting deciduous trees, particularly oak and less often coniferous trees. SEASON: Rare.  Autumn. EDIBILITY: Inedible.

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