Fig 1
FRUIT BODY: 10-30cm in diameter. Up to 12cm thick. An irregular shaped bracket that is highly distinctive when older as it usually exudes yellowish-orange droplets from the yellow to brown uneven surface. When young the fruiting body is whitish grey. GILLS/PORES: Starting off circular and becoming more angular. White become brownish. FLESH: Rusty brown and fibrous. SPORES: Yellowish white, sub-globose. HABITAT: Singularly found on oak trees and less so on other deciduous trees. SEASON: Uncommon. Early autumn. EDIBILITY: Inedible.

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