Medium
Photo © Tim Entwisle, all rights reserved
Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey, TW93AB (Google, OSM)
51.481268, -0.294356
Accuracy: 1351m
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Description

Creamy yellow gilled fruiting body.
More than 4 metres up the trunk of a planted Bishop Pine (Pinus muricata).

Identification by Martyn Ainsworth, Senior Mycologist at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Common name in North America: Train Wrecker [it causes rot in railway sleepers]

Sep. 20, 2012 00:12:13 +1000
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