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Coriolus versicolor


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Many fungi form crusts on trunks or logs. Coriolus versicolor is a brightly coloured bracket fungi that grows in layers on cut or fallen logs and tree trunks. It produces small pores underneath its cap. It is 2-5cm wide and can be found all year round. Pictured at Felmersham, Bedfordshire Mid March 2006

19th Mar 2006 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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