Observation 65582: Stereum hirsutum (Willd.) Pers.
When: 2011-04-12
(37.7219° 119.7144° )
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: I picked this up because I thought it was something a little different, and collecting was so poor that the slight differences caught my attention. It was on a piece of black oak wood, and nearly fully resupinate and fairly pale in color. But the microscopic features fit well.


this is the cutis from the part that was not resupinate (200X)
a pseudocystidium in phloxine
pseudocystida in congo red
spores 1000X

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Recognized by sight: our most common Stereum on oak
Used references: Chamuris 1988 The non-stitate stereoid fungi in Northeastern United States and adjacent Canada
Based on microscopic features: Pseudocystida of the right size, acute hyphida without (or few) prongs,presence of a cutis,

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