Weeping oak bracket

by Forager on October 8, 2013

Inonotus dryadeus, weeping bracket, oak bracket, oak tree, fungi, foraging, wild, France

A large bracket on the base of an oak tree turns out to be Inonotus dryadeus, otherwise known as oak bracket or weeping bracket. It is a parasitic fungi found at the base of oak trees, is uncommonly found and inedible, but is a fascinating find

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