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CAP: 10-15cm in diameter.  At first convex becoming more flattened and greying with age. Faintly striate towards the margin and very glutinous when wet. Semi-translucent. STIPE: White and striate above the distinctive ring. Slightly scaly below. GILLS/PORES: Gills are widely spaced with intermediate gills in between. FLESH: Thin and white with no distinct taste or odour. SPORES: White to cream, subglobose.  HABITAT: Found on dead trunks and branches of Beech. SEASON: Common, autumn. EDIBILITY: Edible with the skin peeled.

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