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If my interpretation of the “verified by” initials are correct, the identification was confirmed by Rick Van de Poll (RVP).
are usually made without microscopy and with few habitat details. I have added the photo with part of the collection slip which states that it was on wood but not what kind. I am not sure who made the identification.
Do you know if the authors associated a photo with the species? Or could you post the original description? Unless everything growing from Populus spp. = T. subchartaceum I don’t see how this can be distinguished/identified reliably (unless it requires microscopy or DNA)
This was a foray field ID. Might not be correct.
What defines this species? growth on a Populus sp. and large size? It doesn’t look abnormal to most Trichaptum spp… ME also says slow to develop teeth but so many Trichaptum spp. look poroid well into age
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