Notes: This conticioid fungus on the underside of a dead oak (bottom photo) was putting out prodigious amounts of white spores, coating the surrounding dead leaves on the ground. As two lower photos show, the 0.5 mm thick stroma with tubes peeled from the wood rather easily. Photo 3 shows the round pore openings.
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