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Bertia moriformis on beech,below x30  100 Acre Wood nr Worksop Notts 2017-5-28.jpg

Bertia moriformis on beech,below x30 100 Acre Wood nr Worksop Notts 2017-5-28.jpg


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Guest 09-Aug-2017 11:25
This black ascomycete, each one of which is no more than 1-2mm high, favours fallen beech branches or stumps. In a mass, as here, they look, under the lens, like a dish of freshly collected blackberries or mulberries. This makes them easy to identify. Not uncommon on beech.
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