A buff coloured uncrustation or bracket found growing, often in tiers on the dead wood of broadleaf trees, preferably with Oak.
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Infrequent and often overlooked throughout the year. Sporulating during Summer and Autumn.
Broadleaf woodland, usually with Oak.
The fruit body's upper surface is ochraceous-brown to grey with a pallid surface, barely zoned, finely downy, wavy, fringed margin, the lower surface is buff or ochraceous.
Thin, elastic and tough when moist, hard and brittle when dry. No distinctive odour or taste. No change in flesh colour when cut.