Collection location: Nescopeck State Park, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Who: Dave W (Dave W)
Near large spruce, presumably on the spreading roots. Old specimens.
Tube layer separable from cap context. Upper cap context rubbery, lower portion fibrous/tough.
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color for O. tomentosa should be pale yellow to pale brown. Miller writes that the spore print color for Inonotus tomentosus (which I suppose is an old name for Onnia) is whitish-buff, which aptly describes the color of the print I obtained from this collection. Size of spores for this collection matches the both Roody’s and Miller’s report.
Wondering about the discrpency in reported spore print color?
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