Notes: Whitish cap with some concentric furrows and a large number of “bumps” towards its sessile attachment. and thicker at this point. Margin blunt. Pores are round to angular to maze-like. Flesh turns yellowish in KOH. The “pores” on one specimen is covered with a thick white coating and it appear as if two spec ies are fused together. Fourth photo down. All specimens growing on dead deciduous wood.
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