Common Mazegill - Datronia mollis
The upper surface is brown or blackish and it has hardly any stem. Tubes 0.5 to 5mm long. Pores are irregularly elongated or slot-like, greyish due to a whitish bloom which disappears on handling leaving the pore-surface yellowish-brown or umber.
Grows on wood, usually in well wooded areas.
All year round but best in autumn.
Widespread and fairly frequent in Britain.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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