Observation 219834: Ganoderma oregonense Murrill
When: 2015-08-20
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researchgate article
By: GP Van Eron (reishiTea)
2015-11-10 22:54:29 SAST (+0200)

Thanks MSchink for linking that article. I was hoping to see something like that come out at some point making straight all the various ganoderma varieties. Do you know the group of authors? Seemed like a diverse group and wondering how they all came together to publish the paper. Do you agree on the classifications? I hope to eventually see a follow up on that looking at the medicinal compound proportional differences of the 13 species (polysaccharides, organic germanium, proteins, sterol, etc)

By: MSchink
2015-11-10 09:22:19 SAST (+0200)

Seems to be an Eastern species growing on eastern Hemlock and rarely even a few hardwoods. G.oregonense is similar but seems restricted to the west on a variety of conifers including western hemlock. One of the oregonense sequences used in this study came from western hemlock. http://www.researchgate.net/...

The two are probably best distinguished by their spore size with G.oregonense having larger spores than G.tsugae. I have not yet seen any specimens from the west with smaller spores that could be called tsugae, except a single interesting specimen from AZ.

Possibly Tsugae?
By: Earl (EGLunceford)
2015-11-10 05:09:59 SAST (+0200)

I believe this was growing on a Hemlock. Am I correct in saying that oregonense are duller in color and Tsugae have more colors, especially yellow?

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