Identification: A pile of Birch logs, and Trametes (Turkey tail) ??

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  1. Acerholic

    Acerholic Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    On our walk this morning in our local woods ( Woodland Trust) btw, there was a pile of Birch logs being consumed by nature. The fungi looked amazing IMO, so thought I would give it a thread of it's own. My thoughts are Trametes (Turkey tail).
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    Frog Contributor Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Greetings @Acerholic!
    Thank you for posting this lovely fruiting
    Hast thou an underside shot?
     
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    Acerholic Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    Thou hasn't J, Lol, it was so low down and oh so muddy. Glad you liked the photos though.
     
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    If that was here, then I'd suspected Trichaptum biforme
     
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    Acerholic Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    Good evening Sulev, looks very similar indeed. Thanks for your thoughts.
     

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