Notes: May be Hypomyces (species unknown) growing on every conk that is fruiting from a decayed log in Oak-Hickory forest. The white growth on the polypores turned a taupe color (pinkish/light-brown) overnight on both the fertile and non-fertile surfaces of the specimens I brought home — see last two images. I don’t know if there is a host-specific species of Hypomyces which fruits only on woody, shelf polypores.
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