This grouped small specimens were found on a tree-trunk in open surroundings.
The largest specimen was approximately 10mm across. I was rather surprised that the underside was not gilled. I have logged a specimen thathas been ID’d as
Polyporus leptocephalus .(44915)?? This example was rather tan and the caps would appear to become convex with age.
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Created: 2011-04-16 03:55:54 EDT (-0400)
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