Observation 194177: Laetiporus cincinnatus (Morgan) Burdsall, Banik, & Volk
When: 2013-07-27
No herbarium specimen
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Every end of July on this log.

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Recognized by sight: Looks like it may be the species with whitish pores.

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By: Claude Kaufholtz-Couture (Claude Kaufholtz-Couture)
2014-12-24 06:23:35 EST (-0500)

Thank you Dave for this precision!

Laetiporus conifericola…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-12-23 17:17:31 EST (-0500)

is a conifer-dweller. It has a somewhat questionable reputation as an edible. I haven’t seen it here in PA very often. Distinguishing trait is wood type.

L. cincinnatus is reported as an oak-lover. I have found it on oak, usually early in the season. Distinguishing trait is color of pore surface.

By: Claude Kaufholtz-Couture (Claude Kaufholtz-Couture)
2014-12-23 10:30:55 EST (-0500)

Usually, Leatiporus quercinus grows on the oak. Other sort (Laetiporus cincinnatus) is unknown me for the moment.

By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2014-12-23 10:07:32 EST (-0500)

I missed this question in all the Amanita fun I was having yesterday.

I think it is a Conifer log. There are certainly a lot of Loblolly pines around in this forest.

I’d be fascinated to learn how to differentiate these taxon from one another.

Just for the record, I ate a small part of this specimen and it was great! :)

Hallo geoff
By: Claude Kaufholtz-Couture (Claude Kaufholtz-Couture)
2014-12-21 15:08:26 EST (-0500)

The dead wood is Quercus either of the conifer?

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