Found by Teenie Wilson on fallen conifer at Port Appin. Species has no previous VC98 records on British Mycological Society database or on NBN Atlas. Very distinctive with orange-pink tubes ending in white pores. Lies flat on the wood with often a small flap turned over, white and hairy on the top side of the flap. Always on conifers, mainly Pine.
All photos by Teenie Wilson.
Ruler divisions 1 mm.
On the same day Teenie found Tremella encephala (Conifer Brain Fungus), photo below. This fungus is parasitic on Stereum sanguinolentum, surrounding and devouring its fruitbody.