Observation 157664: Trichaptum perrottetii (Lév.) Ryvarden
When: 2012-04-24
-16.3591° -62.016° 500m
0 Sequences

Notes:
pileus surface blackening immediately in KOH, hymenium KOH-; sweet odor

Substrate: moderately decomposed fallen trunk of Bibosi

Habitat: Habitat: dry semideciduous forest [Curupaú (Anadenanthera colubrina) / Motacú (Attalea phalerata) / Bamboo (Chusquea spp.) / Bibosi (Ficus sp.)]

Ecoregion: intersection of Chiquitano Dry Forests (NT0212) and Cerrado Savanna (NT0704)

Collectors: D. Newman, I. Cuba Pinto, E. Melgarejo Estrada, D. Camacho Ramirez & S. Montaño Poquiviqui.

Collection #: DSN12.245 (SS37)

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KOH
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2017-05-04 09:29:29 CDT (-0400)

does KOH turn California Trichaptum black? Not sure I’ve tried it.
Awesome species.

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