Notes: Green and white polypore on dead deciduous branch, probably birch, in area containing Black Spruce (Picea mariana), Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus), Paper Birch (Betula Papyrifera), and unidentified trees.
Top green, with white fringe that has its own, much smaller brownish fringe. Forms overlapping colonies. Underside tan, with irregular and ragged pores or teeth sometimes becoming a bit more regular and invariably paler in color towards edge.
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