Fig 1
FRUIT BODY: A resupinate specimen that forms brackets that are thin and flexible with a hairy, white upper surface and a orange-buff lower surface. The initial form of this fungus as pictured above is a spreading mass of orangey-pink uneven flesh that appears porous when examined up close. FLESH: White, thin and gelataneous. SPORES: Hyaline, sausage-shaped. HABITAT: In horizontal clusters on deciduous and less often coniferous trees and rotting timber. SEASON: Common.  Autumn to spring. EDIBILITY: Inedible.

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