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grows on hardwoods according to Kuo and Phillips and can have “spines” over 1 cm. This has more of the crust like spreading appearance of S. pachyodon as described by both.
If on hardwood, likely Spongipellis unicolor. If conifer, Spongipellis pachyodon possible. But the pores of this specimen, based on the carpenter ants shown on the sporocarp, exceeds the 10mm length Spongipellis pachyodon is known to have.
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