Scientific Name:Ascoryne sarcoides
Fungi facts:This jelly-like fungus forms large and conspicuous clusters on the trunks and branches of beech. It can also occur in living trees and recent studies in Canada on commercially valuable spruce trees have shown that its presence can reduce significantly the impact of other fungal pathogens.
Technique:A textile assemblage with hand embroidery

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