Up at Gamlyn, I found a fallen willow, with dead branches, on which were H. tabacina and after a search, I was gob-smacked to see the clusters of fruit-bodies nestling in the moss, on some of the lower branches, with H. tabacina. Brian Douglas is checking, but he thinks there are only seven previous records for Britain.
|Hymenochaetopsis tabacina (underside)|
|H. tabacina (upper side)|
|Encoelia fimbriata (note H. tabacina, bottom left)|
|Each cluster is 10mm or less across.|