Fig 1
FRUIT BODY: Numerous branched stems arise from central point.  Each stems ends in a slightly wavy tongue that is greyish brown on the upper surface and creamy below.  The upper surface can be wrinkled.  STIPE: Almost indistinguishable, cream to light grey. PORES: Almost round to angular  with the largest on the stem. FLESH: White - cream, smells of mice, acrid.  Tubes are decurrent. SPORES: White, ellipsoid. HABITAT: Deciduous trees especially oak and beech.  Parasitic. SEASON: Late summer to autumn. EDIBILITY: Edible when young. 

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