Phylum: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Polyporales Family: Meruliaceae
Species: Phlebia tremellosa (Schrad.) Burds. & Nakasone
Synonyms: Merulius imbricatus
Merulius tremellosus
Common Name: Jelly Rot

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Phlebia tremellosaPhotographer:  David Mitchel
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Associated Species (where recorded) & number of records:
Quercus (3)
Fagus sylvatica (2)
Acer pseudoplatanus (2)
Alnus glutinosa (1)
Betula (1)
Quercus petraea (1)
Habitat (where recorded) & number of records:
Woodland: broadleaved, semi-natural (6)
Lowland hazel-sessile oakwoods (1)
Marsh/marshy grassland (1)
Scrub: dense/continuous, neutral (1)
Valley alderwoods on mineral soils (1)
Wet valley alderwoods (1)
Woodland (1)
Woodland: mixed (1)
Woodland: mixed, semi-natural (1)
Substrate (where recorded) & number of records:
Log (4)
Castanea sativa (1)
Dead Wood (1)
Quercus rubra (1)
Rotting Wood (1)
Stump (1)
trunk, fallen (1)
Twig (1)
wood (1)
Months recorded in & number of records:
January (1)
March (2)
June (1)
September (3)
October (10)
November (1)
December (2)