Observation 127682: Fulvifomes robiniae (Murrill) Murrill
When: 2011-05-22
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Brown, cracked cap with radial grooves. Sessile attachment to dead Black Locust trees. Margin of cap thick and rounded. Pores brownish.

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Thanks again Herbert
By: Phil (gunchky)
2016-01-10 16:27:57 COT (-0500)

This species is quite common in Northeastern Pennsylvania as are Black Locust trees.

By: Erlon (Herbert Baker)
2016-01-09 16:02:31 COT (-0500)

They are separate species. Fulvifomes rimosus is from Europe, it is not known to occur in North America according to the latest molecular evidence. Fulvifomes robiniae is the type species of the genus Fulvifomes , it was described from eastern North America and appears to be common on locust in this region.

By: Phil (gunchky)
2016-01-09 15:06:51 COT (-0500)

Has fulvifomes robiniae become the genus and specific epithet for Phellinus rimosus, or are they still considered to be separate species?

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