Blushing Bracket Daedaleopsis confragosa

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Blushing bracket (Daedaleopsis confragosa) is often seen on willow and birch but also occurs on many other trees. A flat bracket which sometimes grows in tiers along branches, with a pale brown, concentrically ringed top and firm pores underneath rather than gills.  If rubbed the pore surface blushes wine red. It would be valuable to have records of its occurrence on different trees.