Observation 192083: Phellinus tuberculosus (Baumg.) Niemela

When: 2014-09-20

Collection location: Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, Bethel, Minnesota, USA [Click for map]

Who: Nadeem (naoalia)

No specimen available

The bearth of the specimen is 7-9cm x 6.5-7cm. The specimen is completely brown while the layer of hymenium is a bit darker than the rest of the fungus. There are white granules forming on the fruit body (forming on the pores). the pore length is 0.2-0.3cm. It is very hard to break down the specimen. The spores were brown and spherical. Once the spores were put in melzer’s reagent, they were found to be dextrinoid.

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