Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Broadhead Clough 19.03.2014

Michael and I found another record of  Heteromycophaga glandulosae parasitising Exidia glandulosa on a fallen dead Quercus branch.

Oak Mazegill (Daedalea quercina) on a dead Quercus branch.


  1. The Exidia glandulosa is certainly suffering an epidemic of the Heteromycophaga in Calderdale. Have you heard any reports of it from other parts of the country?

  2. Yes, it is here but I haven't heard any reports of it occurring en masse anywhere else on the country but that doesn't mean to say it is not there. People may not have noticed it and/or they are not aware it it so they never look for it.