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That fungal time of year again.
© jalapeno, Aug 2011
Camera used: Olympus E-400

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Sulphur Polypore (Laetiporus sulphureus), also known as Chicken of the Woods, due to it be edible(apparently!)when young. Usually found on Oak, also sometimes on Yew, normally on wounds in trunks/branches. Watch out for it in places like The Dewerstone. This one photographed at Culloden.
jalapeno - 03/Aug/11
I can personally vouch that it is not only edible but excellent!!
Daniel Armitage - 03/Aug/11
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