Observation 63515: Trametes pubescens (Schumach.) Pilát
When: 2011-02-13
No herbarium specimen

Notes: rubbery,about 2 inches wide, smell very pleasant like meadow mushrooms, growing on decayed 6 month old oak logs in my backyard,

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Used references: found it on the net …. it fits very well

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no bruising
By: JohnyA (johnyA)
2011-02-15 11:40:10 EST (-0500)

just nice white even after a few hours

No bruising
By: jimmiev
2011-02-15 11:31:17 EST (-0500)
ADDED MORE PHOTOS
By: JohnyA (johnyA)
2011-02-15 09:28:23 EST (-0500)

I added some more photos .. I cut one in half so you can see a crosscut picture … I did a spore print… white ….

No
By: jimmiev
2011-02-14 19:04:19 EST (-0500)

but to my knowledge T. suaveolens is concolorous, azonate, does not develop radial striations, and primordia are always white

Though I’ve never found it

but are they supposed to smell sweet like anise?
By: JohnyA (johnyA)
2011-02-14 15:19:58 EST (-0500)

can you direct me to somewhere were it talks about the odor of anise ? for the pubescens? The sites I have seen say NO Smell or insignificant smell … thanks

These are
By: jimmiev
2011-02-14 14:57:27 EST (-0500)

most likely T. pubescens.

the smell is not correct for pubescens
By: JohnyA (johnyA)
2011-02-14 14:53:04 EST (-0500)

after further research and looking at the specimen more closely I agree it has no hair and most of the experts say it has hair if it is to be the hirsuta… so you are correct Irene about it not being hirsuta…. but my problem with pubescens is that my research says NO smell but my mushrooms have a really nice sweet smell and you could say it is anise … which brings me to a possibility that it may be trametes suavealens …. can anyone verify that the pubescens has that smell? If so then I would be ok with calling it that….

Not bearded enough
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2011-02-14 13:32:34 EST (-0500)

for Trametes hirsuta. Trametes pubescens is a possibility, a close relative with a softer velvety surface.

Trametes hirsuta or also called Coriolus hirsutus
By: JohnyA (johnyA)
2011-02-14 11:40:49 EST (-0500)

after doing further research I found what I believe is correct … Trametes hirsuta or also called Coriolus hirsutu, the pictures, descriptions, everything seems to fit … it does not look like trametes pubescens from various sites I looked at….

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