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I’ll be sure to check for that if/when I scope my collection.
We did not consider Ceriporia spissa
Jim Ginns mentioned it in his ms. Polyporales treatment only in the comment under Ceriporia purpurea:
Note: Ceriporia spissa (Schwein.) Rajchenb. occurs in ID and WA but has not been reported in BC. It is distinguished by a bright orange pore surface and relatively small, allantoid basidiospores, 4-6 × 1.5-2.0 μm.
Oluna will check the spores, if it has produced any.
What features differentiate Pycnoporellus alboluteus, Ceriporia spissa and Crustodontia chrysocreas? I’ve found something I was thinking was Ceriporia spissa but I don’t really know how to know if it’s that.
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