Observation 26375: Cotilydia diaphana (Schw.) Lentz
When: 2009-10-07
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Found growing under Oak Hickory ,spore print is white Some what resembles Thelephora sp. but has more fan like bracts. According to the field guide in the Audubon series it was once known as Stereum diaphanum.The name Cotilydia diaphana comes from The Adabons Field Guide to North American page 498 t0 499 and is authured by Schw. Lentz MO will not let me creat that name. It resembles a thelephora so i will place it there.

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Recognized by sight: found under Oak/Hickory
Used references: Audabon’s field guide to North american fungi page 498
Based on microscopic features: Spores 6 × 4 microns elliptical smooth colorless

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