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and I have never seen G. applanatum with a reddish-blackish cap surface. It always looks dull and mat … and the crust of the cap can be crushed in with a thumb’s nail unlike that of G. australe. With a lit match it will not melt but become sooty. Cap of G. australe is usually not zonate and more torulose and the spores range from 9-11,5 µ whereas spores of G. applanatum usually do not exceed 8,5-9 (9,5) µ.
What are the difference between the two species?
this is Ganoderma australe.
Created: 2014-01-16 14:51:50 EST (-0500)
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