Notes: Postia perdelicata (Murrill) M.J. Larsen & Lombard, Polyporaceae, Aphyllophorales. (Постия нежнейшая).
Mushroom: stalkless crust-like soft mass, small spots 3×5cm up to 20×40cm in plan; the their shape oval, rounded or irregular somewhat fine velvety because tiny indistinct pores; white or whitish with weak yellowish, minor pinkish or bluish tints.
Flesh: 1-2mm thick, white or whitish.
Tubes: 2-3mm long, 1-2 per 1mm oval with indistinct pores when young.
Habitat: single or a group of spots on the old partially rotten oak stumps or trunks minor at other deciduous woods.
Edibility: no data, too thin soft crust or foam-like spots.
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