Its fruit-bodies, which are 10 to 30 cm wide,
aggregate into expanding jelly-like masses, which cover parts of dead or living trees.
In dry weather this fungus turns into crust-like structure. Spore powder is white.
This fungus grows on deciduous trees, especially rowan, from January to December in wet weather.
It is common in Latvia. Inedible.
Bieži sastopama neēdama recekļveida sēne, kas aug uz koksnes. Vēsā un mitrā laikā piebriedusi,
sausā un karstā izkaltusi.