This one was originally covered with dust/pollen such that it didn’t look like a Ganoderma. After wiping off the cap and looking at the few spores I could find from the tubes, it was clearly a Ganoderma.
While it was growing in a primarily Sitka spuce area, the bark of the tree it was growing on appeared to be a fir or perhaps a Hemlock. However, G. oregonense seemed more likely judging from the descriptions in Millers’ book comparing it to G. tsugae. The pores were about 3/mm whereas G. tsugae are 5-6/mm.
The spores were ovoid and truncated on one end as well as being thick walled.
[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:01:29 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘J. Smith State Park, Del Norte Co., California’ to ‘Jedediah Smith State Park, Del Norte Co., California, USA’
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