Observation 272341: Ceriporia Donk
When: 2017-03-18
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Gift of AvidAmateur Judi Thomas. Looks almost certainly to be on Yellow Tulip Poplar Liriodendron tulipifera as wood splits easily, has smooth pore-free interior, and a yellow green color beneath the weathered surface.

http://mushroomobserver.org/271660?q=37aH
Pores: 2 to 4 per mm
Subicular hyphae: um wide
tramal hyphae: um wide
allantoid spore:
round spore could be algal cell:
basidia not found

Species Lists

Images

724114
hymenial cells: 3 × 30
723819
Normal? pores are round or nearly so. Area between pores is flat and of the same height. Bottom of pores are concave, smooth, color same as the sterile? hymenium.
723820
Pale pink or just pale hymenium with white subiculum on Liriodendron tulipifera. One chip in petri is submerged in water, the other under jars is on top of moistened paper towel. Hopefully I can look at the submerged one tomorrow, the damp one a day or two after.
723825
Here ‘normal’ pores with less developed coloration emerge from subiculum like a photo develops – as if by magic. Pore walls are not formed. Bottom of pores appears to be maturing subiculum.
723826
These pores have pore walls and still have a white floor. Relatively little color is present on any part of the hymenium – except there is a resinous deposit on the top edge of the pores. This may be part of the maturation process – or it could simply be drying out.
723827
Dryed pores with transluscent (resinous?) walls
723828
Dryed pores with transluscent (resinous?) walls
723829
Dryed pores with transluscent (resinous?) walls
723830
Hymenium damaged by KOH
723831
Transluscent pore walls with some developed color
723832
Transluscent pore walls with some developed color
723833
Mature pores with possible deposits of yellow spores
723834
Mature pores with little or no deposits of yellow spores
723835
Speculate these pores modified from round shape by gravity yeilding drooping appearance
723836
favorite slide of the whole batch shows how the relationship of tensil strength of structural hyphae (thought to be a monomitic system) and the surface strength of the subiculum hyphal mat work together to form pores – structure arising from a swamp!
724112
hymenial cells
724113
hymenial cells
724115
allantoid spore?
724116
round spore or algal cell?
724117
subicular hyphae
724118
subicular hyphae
724119
subicular hyphae
724120
subicular hyphae
724121
subicular hyphae
724122
subicular hyphae
724123
tramal hyphae
724124
tramal hyphae, note round spore-like bodies
724125
algal cells on wood
724126
transition between trama and subiculum?
724127
transition between trama and subiculum?
724500
18 hours in a wet petri dish restores shape, note cystidia of some type on the edge of the pores.

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By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2017-03-19 05:59:35 AEDT (+1100)

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