Observation 123329: Gloeoporus dichrous (Fr.) Bres.
When: 2013-01-20

Notes: The collection location is not clear. This came in to SOMA camp, possibly from Salt Pt.

The white color of the pileus, and the very regular looking shallow tubes seem atypical for other collections of the species that I have seen, but the spores fit well and there are almost no other species of Phlebia that I know of that have such tiny spores.

Species Lists

Images

304001
Underside of pilei
303999
resupinate part of FB
304000
white pilei from side
304002
More underside of pilei
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Top of pilei – very gelatinous when fresh
304004
Closeup of resupinate part
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Longitudinal section
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Clamps are numerous, also thickwalled hyphe
304007
fragment of hymenium
304008
intact hymenium – note lack of projecting cystidia
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piece of hymenium

Proposed Names

33% (2)
Eye3
Used references: Corticiaceae s.l. Bernicchia and Gorjon
Based on microscopic features: This has tiny (5 X 1.8), strongly allantoid spores, and tubes and partially pileate form eliminate all other Phlebia I could find.
54% (1)
Eyes3
Recognized by sight

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Very cool – Thanks
By: Tom Bruns (pogon)
2013-01-25 08:42:49 PST (-0800)

No wonder it didn’t fit any Phlebia

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