Turkeytail (Trametes versicolor)
Turkeytail is a fan-shaped bracket fungus with colourful concentric rings on the upper surface. The durable ‘fans’ grow in layers and are inedible. The underside has tiny, shallow, white or cream pores. This wood – rotting fungus grows on dead stumps and standing hardwood trees such as beech and oak. Turkeytail can be seen all year round; it is common and widespread.