Observation 63801: Hypomyces chrysostomus Berk. & Broome
When: 2009-09-19
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Recognized by sight: Ganoderma applanatum always hosts this Hypomyces
Used references: Dr. Alan Parker unpublished

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Acremonium lindtneri?
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2011-02-28 01:17:29 JST (+0900)

I also found out online that H.chrysostomus has an anamorph stage called Acremonium lindtneri. Is it what’s showing in the picture of the underside of the Ganoderma?

Overlooked Hypomyces
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2011-02-28 01:08:53 JST (+0900)

Thank you, John, for noticing the H.chrysostomus in the picture. While I saw the mycelium in the picture showing the bottom of the conk, I didn’t concentrate on it, being totally unfamiliar with H.chrysostomus. Instead, I was trying to identify the polypore – and it didn’t really fit the profiles of the ones I know, including G.applanatum. Presence of Hypomyces explains everything.

Tough
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2011-02-23 14:27:18 JST (+0900)

This one is very tough and corky.

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