Observation 60333: Ceriporia Donk
When: 2010-12-05
No herbarium specimen

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40% (3)
Recognized by sight
-20% (2)
Recognized by sight: Basidiocarps annual, resupinate, becoming widely effused, interspersed with or associated with ochraceous orange patches of the conidial stage; pore surface pale buff, pores irregular and labyrinthiform, 1-3 per mm. the dissepiments soon becoming deeply lacerate and split to an irpicoid hymenophore; subiculum thin, white to cream-coloured, soft and cottony, less than 1 mm thick; tube layer up to 6 mm thick; marginal areas of basidiocarp sterile, white, soft and cottony and grading into the conidial areas.
4% (2)
Used references: “All resupinate polypores, with some strinking exceptions (very irregular pore surface and exceptional colours) must be microscoped to get a reliable identification.” -Dr. Leif Ryvarden (private correspondence)

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