Observation 7765: Cymatoderma elegans Jungh.
When: 2007-02-26
No herbarium specimen

Notes: These are common in the local ranges and have a long life span. Often find them with water in centre and small insects.
Extrac fr Ref. B. Fuhrer.. Caps or brackets to 150 mm across, somewhat polished in appearance,with radial and concentric ridging. Texture hard and woody. Stems central or lateral, dark brown, velvety. The white, pored undersurface rapidly turns dark reddish brown when bruised. Expanding fruit bodies frequently envelop grass and twigs. Found near decaying stumps and buried wood. Spores c. 9 × 7 Micro-m, ovoid, finely dotted. Spore print brownish yellow.

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-10% (2)
Used references: B. Fuhrer
74% (3)
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Recognized by sight: Amauroderma rude is a polypore that stains reddish then black, II’ll post a picture. check http://fungimap.rbg.vic.gov.au/fsp/sp066.html
Used references: Fungimap, A Field Guide to Australian Fungi, by Bruce Fuhrer

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