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UpCerne, Dorset. Witches Butter
England

Witches Butter or Orange Jelly Fungus is growing on the gnarled and twisted bark of an old Weeping Willow tree. I understand it can be eaten - rather you than me!

Copyright: John willetts arps
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Tags: england; spring; uk; dorset; nature; willow; tree; fungus; hamlet
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