Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... The edible but inferior Black-staining Polypore (Meripilus sumstinei) also resembles Maitake. Photo... The edible but inferior Black-staining Polypore (Meripilus sumstinei) also resembles Maitake. Photo... Figure 5. The rosettes in the foreground parasitizing the roots are some distance from the trunk... Figure 5. The rosettes in the foreground, parasitizing the roots, are some distance from the trunk... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Figure 9. The pores of Black-staining polypore are very small giving the pore surface a uniformly... Figure 9. The pores of Black-staining polypore are very small, giving the pore surface a uniformly... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Jolyon Barrow (United Kingdom) - 23 October 2008 Jolyon Barrow (United Kingdom) - 23 October 2008 Figure 4. The white pore surface visible under one frond contrasts nicely with the darker colors of... Figure 4. The white pore surface visible under one frond contrasts nicely with the darker colors of... note fruit bodies of meripilus also fibre buckle at fracture points. note fruit bodies of meripilus, also fibre buckle at fracture points. Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Figure 7. A specimen collected at a NEMF foray. Older specimens become darker with age. Photo © Gary... Figure 7. A specimen collected at a NEMF foray. Older specimens become darker with age. Photo © Gary... This failure was not instigated by the meripilus at least not fully. This failure was not instigated by the meripilus, at least not fully. Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... By uploading images and text you hereby warrant that you are the legal owner of this material and... By uploading images and text you hereby warrant that you are the legal owner of this material and... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Figure 1. Terestrial rosette of Meripilus sumstinei at the base of a tree trunk. Photo © Tom... Figure 1. Terestrial rosette of Meripilus sumstinei at the base of a tree trunk. Photo © Tom... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... As you can see butt rot via Armillaria sp was the major player. heavy public (compaction) and urea... As you can see butt rot via Armillaria sp was the major player. heavy public (compaction) and urea... Figure 2. The many dead roots associated with this large oak tree stump may continue supporting the... Figure 2. The many dead roots associated with this large oak tree stump may continue supporting the... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk Discussion Forum for... Welcome to the Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for Arborists. Arbtalk.co.uk | Discussion Forum for... Figure 6. Note the blackish bruising on some of the fronds (caps) of this specimen. Photo © Gary... Figure 6. Note the blackish bruising on some of the fronds (caps) of this specimen. Photo © Gary... Figure 8. The cap surfaces turn black where touched. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 8. The cap surfaces turn black where touched. Photo © Gary Emberger. [photo properties] Home: Plant Galleries [photo properties] Home: Plant Galleries [photo properties] Home: Plant Galleries [photo properties] Home: Plant Galleries Figure 3. Black-staining polypore may be saprophytic living on dead wood (this view) or parasitic... Figure 3. Black-staining polypore may be saprophytic, living on dead wood (this view) or parasitic... Jolyon Barrow (United Kingdom) - 23 October 2008 Jolyon Barrow (United Kingdom) - 23 October 2008
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