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Tree Funghi / Mushroom ID please

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I have taken these pictures in Luxembourg Müllerthal a few weeks ago. 

Closest I found on Alamy were ganoderma lucidum and inonotus hispidus, but they look still different

The mushrooms grew on a fallen tree, these are all the pictures uploaded: (I know the keywords do not match yet ;)

 

 

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I think its probably red banded polypore  Fomitopsis pinicola. :)

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1 hour ago, hdh said:

I have taken these pictures in Luxembourg Müllerthal a few weeks ago. 

Closest I found on Alamy were ganoderma lucidum and inonotus hispidus, but they look still different

The mushrooms grew on a fallen tree, these are all the pictures uploaded: (I know the keywords do not match yet ;)

 

 

Luxembourg, Mellerdall, Hiking Path W2 Stock PhotoLuxembourg, Mellerdall, Hiking Path W2 Stock PhotoLuxembourg, Mellerdall, Hiking Path W2 Stock PhotoLuxembourg, Mellerdall, Hiking Path W2 Stock Photo

Nearest I got to fungi in Luxembourg was on a plate.

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1 hour ago, Bionic said:

I think its probably red banded polypore  Fomitopsis pinicola. :)

Yep, looks like it although I fail to find obvious similarities, which according to https://www.first-nature.com/fungi/fomitopsis-pinicola.php is the orange or red band between the brown and white bit. It can only be confused with the grey Hoof Fungus, Fomes fomentarius, which is grey and mine are not :).

 Thank you very much!

 

 

1 hour ago, spacecadet said:

Nearest I got to fungi in Luxembourg was on a plate.

I hope they were palatable and hopefully not space fungii :D

The  red banded polypores above are known to be too tough to eat. 

 

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