Observation 203639: Ryvardenia campyla (Berk.) Rajchenb.

Possibly Poly-pore. Found single specimen in Eucalyptus Semi rainforest bank attached insecurely to hidden tree roots.


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Fruiting body.

Mike, I didnt cut this as I had seen it on previous occasions and felt it was common , (but attractive). I will try and do a scope today and see what comes up. The undeside did not stain when handled.

Does the underside
By: Martin Livezey (MLivezey)
2015-05-04 19:03:06 CDT (-0400)

quickly stain dark brown when touched? Do you have a photo sliced through the fruit body?

By: Matt Welter (mattfungus)
2015-05-04 07:52:16 CDT (-0400)

I concede now that its probably not “strawberries and cream” however the second photograph did look like it did have teeth and that is what I find most interesting is that there is the presence of the both the colored water droplets and the semi-teeth and pores, which I have seen in the specimens of Abortiporus biennis on M.O. though I have searched search all over for photos of Onnia and Bondarzewia specimens with water droplets and come up empty handed. Though of the later two I would also concur more likely Onnia.

Can you get spores under a scope?
By: AJ (j7u)
2015-05-04 07:24:14 CDT (-0400)

It would be easy to rule out Bondarzewia. Onnia looks promising.

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