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and I do not think your finds are the same as the European fragilis. Macroscopically they look more like Leptoporus mollis. Postia fragilis does not really redden before browning or at least not that strong as L. mollis. Maybe it is neither nor. When I find fragilis next time I will take more heed as to smell of it.
It may be a bit sourish, a bit damp or dull like cellar or unpleasant but not very memorable. This species is common in my area on fallen conifer logs; if it would have a memorable smell I would know I think.
can you describe the smell?
Created: 2012-10-08 12:00:22 PDT (-0700)
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