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Given its position on the underside of the log, it is not so bracketed as I have found on a more vertical surface.
Seeing the context would be helpful in trying to nail a tag.
I’d call it P.gilvus too. The only thing that prevented me from identifying it as such in the first place was that this guy was almost resupinate with very narrow shelves. Since there are many species of Phellinus out there – some rarely mentioned in the guides – I thought it might be something else. Otherwise the texture of the mushroom above and below is like that of P.gilvus.
Mustard tones on cap and purplish pores looks like Phellinus gilvus
Created: 2011-02-20 08:04:55 PST (-0800)
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