Observation 181947: Pseudoinonotus dryadeus (Pers.) T. Wagner & M. Fisch.

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Used references: Fungi Europaei Vol. 10: Polyporaceae

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Weird glow.
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2014-10-08 04:00:03 SAST (+0200)

When using flash, the white stuff around this mushroom, barely seen by a naked eye, suddenly illuminates weirdly. See third photo from the top for no-flash shot.
This looks kind of similar to my observation 147604 which was tentatively identified as Pseudoinonotus dryadeus. This observation looks even more like P.dryadeus since it has a white margin.
This fungus grows on the mature red oak tree. Pore surface easily stains when bruised.

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