Observation 67350: Corticiaceae sensu lato

When: 2011-05-14

Collection location: Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]

Who: Bob Zuberbuhler (Bob Z)

No specimen available

The feathery white mold was found on the inner surface of a shed piece of Black locust bark. A thin white sheet was on the same piece of bark not far from the feathery one. Not sure if they are different stages of the same mold or different species. ID would be appreciated.

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You have to collect it
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2011-05-15 03:40:51 IST (+0530)

and put it under the microscope. Otherwise we will not reach any serious ID.

There are
By: damon brunette (damonbrunette)
2011-05-14 23:34:19 IST (+0530)

numerous crusts that have these filamentous textures when young (hundreds). A large genus are the Phanerochaete. The larger patch most likely is the mature stage…. Should take the picture as a whole if possible.

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